Marston Moor

English Civil War - July 1644

David Clark

 
Date Published :
March 2004
Publisher :
Pen and Sword
Language:
English
Series :
Battleground Britain 1642 - 1651
Illustration :
b/w illustrations throughout
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9780850529852
Pages : 192
Dimensions : 8.5 X 5.25 inches
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Overview
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Following on from the success of the first book in this series on the English Civil war, Naseby, here is the story of Marston Moor, arguably the most famous battle in the four year conflict.

In this exciting analysis of the battle the Author has captured the atmosphere and made it possible to get the most out of the experience. Marston Moor was an extremely bitter and costly battle and a defeat for the Royalist cause that had major implications for King Charles I. One result was that the key city of York was lost thereby seriously weakening the King's grip on the North.

About The Author
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Having left school aged 15 no-one expected David Clark to become a senior teacher and academic. Following evening classes and then full time further education he has held numerous appointments in the academic world.He has surveyed every major and many minor battlefield in the UK and has written a series of articles for History For All. He lives at Kettering, Northants.

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