Barratt, John
August 2001
Military History;Aug2001, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p50
Recalls the Battle of Worcester in 1651, involving Oliver Cromwell and King Charles II. Highlights of the battle; Defense strategies; Battle casualties. INSET: 'THE FUGITIVE KING'.


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