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The English Civil War: A Historical Companion

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This comprehensive work of reference gives full consideration to the whole conflict, including its Welsh, Scottish, and Irish dimensions. Entries include biographies of the key personalities, key events, battles, military institutions of the conflict, the run-up to the conflict, the wars themselves, and the aftermath. From the St. Giles riots in Edinburgh in 1637 to the ...more
Hardcover, 296 pages
Published August 1st 2004 by The History Press
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Pete daPixie
Yet another book that I whipped off the library shelf without really taking note of it's contents.
Martyn Bennett's 'The English Civil War-A Historical Companion' I should recommend for readers who wish to delve into the complexities of this seventeenth century altercation.
Bennett does offer an overview of the military and social convulsions that covered the years of the 1620's through to the restoration of Charles II by 1660. This introduction condenses some forty years of this history into just
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