Purdy, Sean
August 2000
Military History;Aug2000, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p34
Recalls the Third English Civil War from 1650-1652, a conflict between England and Scotland. Role of the execution of King Charles I in the war; How religion and politics were inseparable in 17th-century Europe; Information on a series of events that led to the battle in Dunbar; Outcome of the battle.


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