The Road to Marston Moor book by David Cooke

The Road to Marston Moor

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227 pages
Pen & Sword Military

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English Civil War Books… with a local connection…

The Battle of Marston Moor on 2 July 1644 was a key battle in English history. It was the largest battle of the Civil Wars, and it was decisive. The Parliamentarian victory forced the Royalists to give up control of the North, and it turned the tide of the war against King Charles I. The event has fascinated historians ever since. In this fresh study David Cooke reconstructs the battle in graphic detail, and he tells the story using the words of those who took part. He makes full use of contemporary records and of eyewitness testimony to bring all the events of the 1644 campaign vividly to life, and he incorporates the results of the latest historical and artifact evidence…

sequence of operations – fought along the Tyne, around Sunderland, on the Mersey at Stockport, at Bolton, at Liverpool, Bradford, Selby and York – culminated in the great battle…

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