The English Civil War
This unprecedented period of disruption resulted in far-reaching political revolution, the re-evaluation of political representation and social structure, and ultimately laid the foundations of the British constitution we know today. Martyn Bennett introduces the reader to the main debates surrounding the Civil War, from the St Giles riots in Edinburgh in 1637 to the restoration of Charles II on 8 May 1660, and includes biographies of the key personalities, key events, battles, military institutions of the conflict, and covers the run-up to the conflict, the wars themselves and its aftermath. This comprehensive A-Z companion to the history of the civil wars provides all the facts and figures that an armchair general would ever need.
MARTYN BENNETT is a leading authority on the English Civil War and Professor of Early Modern History at Nottingham Trent University. He has written many internationally acclaimed books on the English Civil War, including a biography of Oliver Cromwell.
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The Formation of English Common Law: Law and Society in England from the Norman Conquest to Magna Carta (The Medieval World)
Anglo-Saxon England and the Norman Conquest (Society & Economic History of English) by H. R. Loyn (1970-11-09)