English Civil War Products

  • Clarendon Reconsidered

    Law, Loyalty, Literature, 1640–1674

    Edited by Philip Major

    Clarendon Reconsidered reassesses a figure of major importance in seventeenth-century British politics, constitutional history and literature. Despite his influence in these and other fields, Edward Hyde, first Earl of Clarendon (1609–1674) remains comparatively neglected. However, the recent surge…

    Hardback – 2017-09-26

  • John Owen and the Civil War Apocalypse

    Preaching, Prophecy and Politics

    By Martyn Calvin Cowan

    John Owen was one of the most significant figures in Reformed Orthodox theology during the Seventeenth Century, exerting considerable religious and political influence in the context of the British Civil War and Interregnum. Using Owen’s sermons from this period as a window into the mind of a…

    Hardback – 2017-07-20
    Religious Cultures in the Early Modern World

  • The Cavalier Army

    Its Organisation and Everyday Life

    By Peter Young, Wilfrid Emberton

    The English Civil War of 1642-6 was one of the most formative periods of British history. This book, originally published in 1974, was one of the first to explore in depth the situation of the common soldier – how he was trained, clothed, equipped , fed and paid; how he amused himself, was…

    Paperback – 2017-02-28
    Routledge Library Editions: Military and Naval History

  • A History of England, Volume 1

    Prehistory to 1714, 6th Edition

    By Clayton Roberts, F David Roberts, Douglas Bisson

    This two-volume narrative of English history draws on the most up-to-date primary and secondary research, encouraging students to interpret the full range of England's social, economic, cultural, and political past. A History of England, Volume 1 (Prehistory to 1714), focuses on the most important…

    Paperback – 2013-10-02

  • The English Revolution and the Wars in the Three Kingdoms, 1638-1652

    By I.J. Gentles

    Ian Gentles provides a riveting, in-depth analysis of the battles and sieges, as well as the political and religious struggles that underpinned them. Based on extensive archival and secondary research he undertakes the first sustained attempt to arrive at global estimates of the human and economic…

    Paperback – 2007-03-29
    Modern Wars In Perspective

  • Oliver Cromwell

    By Barry Coward

    Oliver Cromwell is one of the most puzzling and controversial figures in English history. In this excellent introduction, Barry Coward uses Cromwell's own words and actions to analyse the life of Oliver Cromwell as a political figure and look at the historical problems associated with his exercise…

    Paperback – 2000-08-21
    Profiles In Power

  • Revolt in the Provinces

    The People of England and the Tragedies of War 1634-1648, 2nd Edition

    By J.S. Morrill

    This text caused a major stir when it was first published in 1976. Redirecting scholarly attention to the county communties, it reassessed their role in the events of the 1630s and 1640s, claiming they were far more independent of London and the national leadership than usually supposed, and that…

    Paperback – 1998-11-25

  • The Emergence of a Nation State

    The Commonwealth of England 1529-1660, 2nd Edition

    By Alan G. R. Smith

    This famous survey has been updated to incorporate the new perspectives of the last twelve years. The study opens with one Revolution, the Reformation, and closes with another - the Civil War of the mid-17th century and the abolition of the monarchy. Alan Smith explores the dramatic changes during…

    Paperback – 1997-01-28
    Foundations of Modern Britain

  • The English Civil War 1640-1649

    By Martyn Bennett

    The English Civil War (1642-53) is one of the most crucial periods in British history. Martyn Bennett introduces the reader to the main debates surrounding the Civil War which continue to be debated by historians. He considers the repercussions both on government and religion, of Parliament's…

    Paperback – 1995-08-31
    Seminar Studies

  • The Nature of the English Revolution

    By John Morrill

    John Morrill has been at the forefront of modern attempts to explain the origins, nature and consequences of the English Revolution. These twenty essays -- seven either specially written or reproduced from generally inaccessible sources -- illustrate the main scholarly debates to which he has so…

    Paperback – 1993-06-14

  • Radical Puritans in England 1550 - 1660

    By R.J. Acheson

    This study of religious tensions in Early Modern England explores the different religious separatist movements between 1550-1660. It describes the development of radical sectarianism during the reign of Charles I and explores why the unity of radical cause was shattered following the restoration of…

    Paperback – 1990-03-05
    Seminar Studies

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