In the English Revolution, many people died in battles, but few were executed. Why was it different in the Netherlands in the 16th century and in France in the 18th century?
Most of the executions and murders in the Netherlands and France were committed by supporters of absolutism. In England, their party was weak from the very beginning and could not start terror, so its opponents had no reason to retaliate.
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