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Evelyn Tidman 5h
‘Gently bred girls do not career all over the country dressed as men!’ Battle of Kindle: Print:
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The Cromwell Museum Apr 18
18 April 1655 Colonel Penruddock and other Royalist insurgents were brought to trial at Exeter; 26 were found guilty of treason, of whom 7 were later hanged. Penruddock (pictured, NT) and Hugh Grove were sentenced to beheading.
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Gill Blanchard 5h
"A fascinating story of an ordinary man in extraordinary times"
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Elizabeth St.John Apr 14
🖋️"Written in a beautiful, at times poetic prose, By Love Divided proved quite impossible to put down."
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Peter Apr 11
Replying to @KingCharlesIRTN
When you visit Chester you must drink at The Brewery Tap. You stayed there in 1645.
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MESHistory Apr 16
Historians never really take a day off... today Mr Bishop was in Winchester investigating the part that they played in the English Civil War
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Dorinda Balchin 6h
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Lord Grey's Regiment Apr 15
Here's where we'll be this Saturday, entertaining and educating the crowds at Heritage Festival with our Civil War display.
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Paul Apr 10
Replying to @BritishArmy
The Household Cavalry...in its many guises over the years!
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The Cromwell Museum Apr 15
15 April 1651 was the first publication of Thomas Hobbes' book ‘Leviathan’ - an influential study on the nature of government, heavily influenced by the events of the .
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Tom Chivers Apr 12
Restormel Castle, near Lostwithiel , whose ruins were occupied by a Parliamentarian garrison during the ⚔️
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The Sealed Knot Apr 15
An up-close experience of military and civilian life in the turbulent times of the , set against the dramatic backdrop of the ruins of Basing House.
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C Brom Hall Gardens Apr 15
cromwell is coming! Wander among the Parliamentary troops and their followers. Let your imagination float back 300 years through the sound and smell of muskets and camp fire smoke. Normal Garden entry fees apply
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ClashDaily Apr 14
But who hid a radio under the stairs an' who got caught out on their unawares?
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The Cromwell Museum Apr 17
17 April 1644, Queen Henrietta Maria, at that time pregnant, left to spend her confinement in . She would never see King Charles again.
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ClashDaily Apr 17
Alright, there you are, ha ha, I told you so, says everybody that we know.
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onepotscreamer Apr 16
Corfe Castle was built by William The Conqueror and destroyed by the Parliamentarians during the English Civil War
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Cotswold Explorer Apr 14
Did you know that King Charles and his army escaped two Parliamentarian armies by sneaking through Yarnton and on towards Burford?
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Swords and Spindles Apr 16
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Gill Blanchard Apr 10
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