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DW Bradbridge 2h
Sir Thomas Mytton captured Oswestry for Parliament in the summer of 1644
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Charles Spencer Sep 20
He’s my most tragic ancestor: on Parliament’s side till the broke out, then reluctantly siding with Charles I because he wouldn’t draw his sword against his king. So he was killed in battle by those whose views he shared, fighting for a cause he didn’t care for.
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Civil War Centre UK Sep 20
On 21 Sept 1655 Oliver Cromwell’s Protectorate introduced a Decimation Tax, confiscating one tenth of the property of royalists to fund the creation of a local militia to maintain order and suppress malcontents.
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History With Hilbert Sep 14
Are there any interested in the ?
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King Charles R 20h
To think an image that looks so peaceful was the beginning of it all... Worcester has so much to visit and discover related to the A must visit - The Commandery Striking exhibits and story of 's involvement
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The Cromwell Museum Sep 22
A film set during the that actually portrayed it properly (‘warts and all...??’ 😉) and/or a decent biopic of Cromwell (you’re shocked we might say that I know...)
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The Cromwell Museum 23h
23 September 1642 was the cavalry action known as the Battle of Powick Bridge in , the first significant military engagement of the first , "where England's sorrows began" and Prince Rupert's reputation started. (image Wiki)
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Helen Russell 21h
Love these slabs in detailing the town’s role in the . Of course I’m relieved I’m living in a parliamentarian stronghold! 😉
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Dan 14h
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The Cromwell Museum Sep 22
22 September 1643 Oliver crosses the river Humber to deliver munitions to Sir Thomas Fairfax and the besieged defenders of . Images of both men from our collection.
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Firearms Lawyer Sep 19
- the Laws of the King- made Royal power absolutely beyond question. Parliament only existed 2 advise King & could be sent home at any time. All laws were based on from the King & his Ministers until . arose/took control.
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The Sealed Knot Sep 22
Bad weather won't deter us! We'll be re-enacting the 1642 siege of at Priory Park this Sunday, with drill displays & skirmishes.
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Lord Grey's Regiment Sep 14
Captain Sanders' cavalry colour: "Don't you want Episcopacy?" "I don't! I don't! I don't!"
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♦♦BADWOLF♦♦ Sep 14
Prince Rupert of the Rhine, Duke of Cumberland, grandson of King James VI of Scotland and a military leader in the . In the Film (1970) portrayed Prince Rupert aka Lord President Rassilon in
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Steve Murdoch 12h
The Britain & the Conference generated a lot of interest in the Alexander Leslie book. Many people surprised to learn it contains chapters on both the and too.
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Firearms Lawyer Sep 19
Parliament raised an army to do battle with King Charles I during (1642-48). By 1776, men like John Locke & Sir William Blackstone firmly placed English legal thinking within a system that squarely opposed the w/DivineRights
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DW Bradbridge 11h
St Bertoline's in Barthomley was the site of one of the most notorious massacres in the
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The Wisdom Pedlars 11h
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King Charles R 18h
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Jemahl Evans 19h
Do you think Britain is divided? It's been worse... All the Roundhead books + stories for less tthan a fiver on kindle
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