By Philip J. Haythornthwaite
This quantity makes a speciality of the army features of the English Civil struggle. It presents complete information of the army operations, an entire chronological account of the campaigns and reviews of the army leaders, in addition to the effect of political and spiritual components. It comprises positive aspects on how the regiments have been raised, armed, fed and regulated at the battlefield, and comprises descriptions of ways the cavlry, infantry and artillery have been deployed and the way the varied innovations and strategies have been hired.
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