William III and Mary II of England
William III and Mary II were very much favored by Parliament and the people of England. They agreed to not abuse their power instead of taking advantage of it like the Stuart Kings did. They protected the safety and welfare of the Protestant Kingdom they ruled. As a joint monarchy, William III and Mary II dethroned the Catholic King James II, and accepted the Bill of Rights which helped form the political government in England.
Before becoming king of England, William was a Dutch prince in the Netherlands. French and German armies were overrunning the Dutch provinces. …
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