Edgehill 1642

Eric Gruber von Arni, Christopher L. Scott, Alan Turton

This new study of a key battle of the Civil Wars re-examines one of England's most mysterious battlefields at Edgehill, and it combines the work of three outstanding military historians. Their unique blend of knowledge gives a fascinating insight into one of the most famous and often misunderstood engagements of the conflict.
Date Published :
November 2004
Publisher :
Pen and Sword
Language:
English
Illustration :
illustrated
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Hardback
ISBN : 9781844151332
Pages : 224
Dimensions : 9.5 X 6 inches
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$55.00
Paperback
ISBN : 9781844152544
Pages : 240
Dimensions : 9.25 X 6.25 inches
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$32.99

Overview
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This new study of a key battle of the Civil Wars re-examines one of England's most mysterious battlefields at Edgehill, and it combines the work of three outstanding military historians. Each is an expert in the areas of battlefield interpretation, military equipment and organization, and battle casualties and care. Their unique blend of knowledge gives a fascinating insight into one of the most famous and often misunderstood engagements of the conflict. It also introduces an exciting and innovative approach to understanding the battle and the battlefield.

About The Author
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Dr Eric Gruber von Arni, Christopher L Scott, Alan Turtonis are a group of authors who are experts in the English Civil War.

Dr Christopher L Scott has been walking battlefields for over 40 years, analysing ground and tactics. He has taken numerous groups around the battlefields of Britain, the sites of both Marlborough's and Wellington's victories in Europe, and ran tours of Crecy and Agincourt. In 2002 Chris co-founded the Guild of Battlefield Guides and served for ten years as a member of Council and Director of Validation. He was given the Guild’s most prestigious awards being placed on its roll of honour and made a Fellow.Chris has lectured for the British Councils Organisation, was part of a British delegation to the Zulu War Centennial Ceremony and represented Great Britain at an International Congress of Historical Sciences. He has also lectured for the British Commission for Military History and The Battlefields Trust for whom he was a Trustee. He is a Freeman of the City of London and a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Fletchers, a member of the Naval & Military Club, the Royal Historical Society, and President of the Wyvern Military Dining Club.

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