Osprey's survey of British squaddies in the course of the English Civil struggle (1642-1651) interval. whilst civil battle erupted in England in 1642, it fast concerned each point of society in the course of the British Isles. On one facet the King and his supporters fought for standard govt in Church and nation. at the different, the supporters of Parliament sought radical alterations in faith and financial coverage, and a better percentage of energy on the nationwide point. this is often the 1st of 2 volumes within the Elite sequence exploring the recruitment, company, and strategies of the warriors of the English Civil struggle. This booklet opens with an account of the origins of the army conception utilized by either side, prior to discussing the guns, logistics and administration of the infantry in the course of the Civil conflict crusade.
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