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ENGLISH CIVIL WAR HISTORY: MARCH 29TH, 1644 AND MARCH 30TH, 1643

March 29th, 1644 -The Battle of Cheriton – Sir William Waller’s Parliamentarian army was all that stood between Lord Hopton’s Royalist forces and London. With many on the Continue reading

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THIS DATE IN ENGLISH CIVIL WAR HISTORY

March 26th, 1643 – William Waller and his Parliamentarian forces take the Continue reading

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THIS DATE IN ENGLISH CIVIL WAR HISTORY: WOMEN’S STUDIES STUDENTS TAKE NOTE

February 28th, 1644 – Latham House, one of the few Royalist strongholds left in Lancaster by 1644, came under siege by Continue reading

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THIS DATE IN ENGLISH CIVIL WAR HISTORY

February 18th, 1643 – At Oxford, the Royalist capital during the war, King Continue reading

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THIS DATE IN ENGLISH CIVIL WAR HISTORY

February 5th, 1643 – Queen Henrietta Marie, the wife of Charles I, set sail from Holland with the supplies and a force of professional soldiers she had Continue reading

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THIS DATE IN ENGLISH CIVIL WAR HISTORY

February 1st, 1644 – Sir Edward Dering of Kent, distressed by what he calls Continue reading

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THIS DATE IN ENGLISH CIVIL WAR HISTORY

January 30th, 1649 – King Charles the First was beheaded at Whitehall Continue reading

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