By Peter Gaunt
The interval 1642-1651, the most turbulent within the heritage of mainland Britian, observed the rustic torn through civil wars. concentrating on the English and Welsh wars this publication examines the motives, path and outcomes of the conflicts. whereas delivering a concise army account that assesses the wars of their nationwide, local and native contexts, Dr Gaunt offers an entire appraisal of the severity of the wars and the genuine volume of the influence on civilian existence, highlighting components of persevered historic debate. the non-public reports and biographies of key avid gamers also are integrated during this accomplished and engaging account.
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