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  • Naseby 1645 The triumph of the New Model Army Campaign
  • Martin Marix Evans
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  • 18 August 2019
  • 9781846030789

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Naseby 1645 The triumph of the New Model Army Campaign Read & Download ✓ 104 Martin Marix Evans Ô 4 Read review ß PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ô Martin Marix Evans Vid account of the pivotal battle of Naseby He introduces the origins of the campaign and explores the strengths and weaknesses of the opposing armies including the famous New Model Army Dramatic and fast paced first hand accounts tell how the fighting unfolded on that fatefu. A workmanlike accounting of a famous victory save that our knowledge of what the participants were thinking seems to be really limited this is particularly the case from the perspective of the Royalist camp Still this seems to be the most recent general analysis available

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Naseby 1645 The triumph of the New Model Army Campaign Read & Download ✓ 104 Martin Marix Evans Ô 4 Read review ß PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ô Martin Marix Evans Osprey's study of the pivotal battle of the English Civil War 1642 1651 In 1645 the fate of the British monarchy hung in the balance as the Royalist Army under King Charles I fought the Parliamentarian Army for control of the country In this book Martin Marix Evans gives a vi. I was interested in this battle as one of my Denison ancestors also an ancestor of Lady Di was a member of Cromwell s elite Ironside cavalry fighting and being wounded on the left wing of the Parliamentary assault at Naseby Years ago before knowing of this ancestor my family drove past the battlefield but never stopped AlasEvans provides a thumbnail summary of the battle beginning with an historical sketch of the political scene military tactics armaments and their use the two armies that faced off against each other and then the battle itself in stages from the initial movements through the punches counter punches the full royalist retreat and the robbery mutilation and murder of 100 of the Irish royalist camp follower whores Evan s word after the battle Hmmm God s men carrying out God s work Pretty pathetic bunch morally although this was pretty much standard practice at the time destroy the enemy then rob rape mutilate and murder the women camp followers of the losing army My ancestor was seriously wounded in the battle and I hope he had nothing to do with this For an exaggerated and sarcastic description of European warfare just a little later read Voltaire s book Candide If you are an ignorant colonial as I am you will want to consult other sources for information amplifying understanding of terms I am certain most educated Brits take for granted Like The New Model Army Which differed from previous armies in at least 3 ways First troops could be used anywhere in Britain including Scotland and Ireland second the troops were professionals instead of temporary local militia third soldiers could not be members of parliament There are many other terms which are mysterious depending on the reader s expertiseThe book includes many illustrations and old maps or photos few of which are too small to really discern what they illustrate but it s nice to know they exist if you want to delve deeply into the battle The last section describes what will meet the touristvisitor today in 2007 at time of publication it would have been good to mention these additional resources at the beginning of the book to aid visualization of the battle as it progressed If you are a real connoisseur of the battle you will want to go to detailed sources but this is a reasonable start

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Naseby 1645 The triumph of the New Model Army Campaign Read & Download ✓ 104 Martin Marix Evans Ô 4 Read review ß PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ô Martin Marix Evans L day Featuring strategic maps and new information regarding the troops and battlefield the author uses his unparalleled knowledge of the terrain as well as archaeological evidence to piece together a remarkable blow by blow account of the battle that lost the King his throne. There is some good images maps and analysis particularly of the battle s closing phase However the narrative is very choppy and long block uotations are liberally repeated