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Your face was blue in the light of the screen as we watched the speech of an animal scream.
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English Civil War 10h
The 'rifle' was not properly developed until the 18th Century so the matchlock muskets of the were not 'rifled', their 'smooth bore' barrels made them easier to load and…
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Mari Christie 5h
RT : Deciding on the cover for Bk 3 now - when Ludo sells off part of the English Crown Jewels at Queen's request. (It really happened.)
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The Cromwell Museum 9h
We’re just over a week away from the first in this year’s lecture series, with Lucy Moore talking on heroine Ann Fanshawe. Combined tickets for the series are at: or follow the links for individual talks.
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English Civil War 9h
Replying to @OlliBackstrom
True, though they weren't common on the battlefield due to difficulties with gunpowder clagging the barrel.
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The Cromwell Museum 9h
13 November 1642 was the ‘Battle’ of Turnham Green. More of an armed standoff, Parliamentary forces under the Earl of Essex bar the road to London. Heavily outnumbered, the Royalists do not push an attack and withdraw to Oxford.
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Steve Murdoch Nov 10
I think we could do a virtual museum. Mark is top at the online stuff (his website is gold). NB Sure the Cromwell museum could have a corner for AL. He was senior general of the Army of Both Kingdoms in England 44-47 after all.
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Gill Blanchard Nov 8
Lawson Lies Still in the Thames: The Extraordinary Life of Vice-Admiral Sir John Lawson This charts the tumultuous life and times of an ordinary seaman who played a major role in the , the Restoration, the Anglo-Dutch Wars
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DW Bradbridge Nov 10
St Bertoline's in Barthomley was the site of one of the most horrific atrocities in the
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Andy the Art - Design, illustration, editing. Nov 5
So happy about the article about A Farthing for Oxforde by Margaret Cooper Evans and in today.
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London Historians 8h
1642. 'Battle' of Turnham Green. Stand-off between Royalist and Parliamentary (soldiers + trained bands) armies. The former withdraws never to return.
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The Wisdom Pedlars Nov 5
HISTORY TROUBLES BRITAIN 1739 SCOTLAND Montrose ENGLISH CIVIL WAR Mentieth
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DW Bradbridge Nov 10
Sir Thomas Mytton captured the town of Oswestry for Parliament in the summer of 1644
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Jack Le Moine Nov 9
1649 Charles I Executed. My sympathies but there was a reason that he had lost the . Could he be trusted to keep his word?
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Fenris wolf - firedrake   (1914 ~ 1918) Nov 4
As im a massive nut ie i would love to fight like in A MOCK battle ? there are 2 reenactment thingys in the uk , that do these, based on the . but as far as i know no .
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DW Bradbridge Nov 6
The Winter Siege by DW Bradbridge – historical whodunit set during the English Civil War
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Dougray Scott News Nov 5
: ' Films/TV on : 2003 film 'To Kill a King', interesting if inaccurate take on the friendship between Oliver Cromwell & Thomas Fairfax. Dougray Scott an interesting 'Black Tom',… , see more
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The Cromwell Museum Nov 12
12 November 1643 Parliamentary forces under Sir William Waller assault in Hampshire, but are driven off. With his London regiments are verging on mutiny, Waller is forced to withdraw days later.
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Farah Mendlesohn Nov 3
Sometimes Twitter feels like an ongoing viva, where other people’s comments and questions show me what I’ve learned and what I still don’t know.
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The Cromwell Museum Nov 12
12 November 1671 Sir Thomas Fairfax, 'Black Tom' Lord General of the New Modelled Army, Parliamentarian commander and for much of the Cromwell's friend & commander, died at his home in . Portrait of him from our collection.
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