ENGLISH CIVIL WAR

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The British Civil Wars at Sea 1638-1653, Richard J. Blakemore and Elaine Murphy. Looks at one of the less familiar aspects of the Civil Wars, the conflict between Parliament’s Navy and their various opponents, including Royalist, Irish Confederate and Scottish warships and privateers, a conflict that lacked major naval battles, but that had a big impact on the course of many of the campaigns on land, and in particular the fighting in Ireland later in the wars(Read Full Review)
Wanton Troops - Buckinghamshire in the Civil Wars 1640-1660, Ian F.W. Beckett. Looks at the impact of the Civil Wars on a county that didn’t see any major battles or host any of the major garrisons, but was instead placed between them, suffering from raids, garrisons and passing armies. Looks at County Community before, during and after the war, and the impact of the fighting on the local communities of Buckinghamshire to produce a useful cross section of the disruption caused by the Civil War [read full review]
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cover The English Civil War , Richard Holmes & Peter Young, an early work by one of the country's best known military historians, this is a superb single volume history of the war, from its causes to the last campaigns of the war and on to the end of the protectorate.
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Edgehill


Edgehill, 1642 (Great Battles) , Peter Young, Cassell military press, 364 pages.
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Edgehill 1642: The English Civil War , John Tincey, Keith Roberts, Osprey Press, 96 pages, 2001. Covers the causes of the war and the entire Edgehill campaign as well as the battle itself.
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