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This book examines the portraiture and history of the English Civil Wars through representations of the protagonists who were involved in the conflict. An easy to read alphabetical reference handbook.
Colonel Thomas Pride was central to one of the English Civil War's key events: the arrest and exclusion of 140 Members of Parliament at Westminster in December 1648. Those that remained in the House of Commons - the Rump - voted to bring King Charles I to trial, resulting in...
By Serena Jones
New Approaches to the Military History of the English Civil War: Proceedings of the First Helion and Company \'Century of the Soldier\' Conference, 2015
This meticulously-researched book sets out in vivid detail the story of the conflict between Scotland and England in 1542-1560, one of the most violent and colourful episodes in British history. Powerful, political forces began to battle for the heart and soul of Scotland, while the great families chose and changed...