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by John Morrill
Author: John Morrill
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan (April 1, 1984)
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English Civil Wars - English Civil Wars - The first English Civil War (1642–46): The first major battle fought on English soil-the Battle of Edgehill (October 1642)-quickly demonstrated that a clear advantage was enjoyed by neither the Royalists (also known as the Cavaliers) nor the Parliamentarians (also known as the Roundheads for their short-cropped hair, in contrast to the long hair and wigs associated with the Cavaliers).
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Start by marking Reactions to the English Civil War, 1642-1649 as Want to Read . John Morrill was educated at Altrincham Grammar School (Cheshire) and at Trinity College Oxford (BA 1967, DPhil 1971).
Start by marking Reactions to the English Civil War, 1642-1649 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. He has been a Fellow of Selwyn College since 1975 and was Director of Studies in History 1975-92, Tutor 1979-92, Admissi John Morrill was educated at Altrincham Grammar School (Cheshire) and at Trinity College Oxford (BA 1967, DPhil 1971).
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Part of the Problems in Focus Series book series (PFS). Chapters Table of contents (9 chapters). About About this book. The Coming of War. Anthony Fletcher. The Royalist War Effort. Neutralism, Conservatism and Political Alignment in the English Revolution: The Case of the Towns, 1642–9. The Church in England, 1642–9. Civil War English reaction reactions war. Bibliographic information.
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John Stephen Morrill, FBA (born 12 June 1946) is a noted British historian and academic who specializes in the political, religious, social, and cultural history of early-modern Britain from 1500-1750, especially the English Civil War. He is best kn. . He is best known for his scholarship on Early Modern Politics and his unique county studies approach which he developed at Cambridge. Morrill was educated at Trinity College, Oxford and became a fellow of Selwyn College, Cambridge in 1975.
John Morrill examines the historiography of the English Civil Wars. The pivotal years from the outbreak of the civil war through the Regicide, the abolition of the monarchy, House of Lords and Church of England have been subject to a more patchy revision. Thus there has been much new work illuminating the allegiance of the gentry and other social groups; examining the role of the parliamentary armies; and yet more excellent work on religious radicals.
The English Civil war however was an armed struggle between supporters of the crowned and annointed king Charles I.
The English Civil war however was an armed struggle between supporters of the crowned and annointed king Charles I (the second Stuart), always known as ‘The Cavaliers’. and the Parliament and its army, known as ‘The Roundheads’. The War erupted in 1642, though things had been simmering in the pot in England and Scotland since James VI (of Scotland) and I (of England) succeeded Queen Elizabeth I. It arose from constitutional, religious and economic differences between the King and the elected members of what is called ‘The Long Parliament’
Bibliographic Details Publisher: St. Martin's Press, New York, NY. Publication Date: 1983. Book Condition: Very good. Dust Jacket Condition: very good. Motte & Bailey Booksellers, 212 N 4th Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI 48104. List this Seller's Books.
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