Reasons for royalist defeat in the first civil war

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  • Reasons for the Royalist defeat in the first civil war
    • Their forces were outnumbered by the radicals
    • They were unable to co-ordinate forces within the country or the other kingdoms
    • They started with a weak position due to the Rebellions of 1637 and 1641
    • Opponents had better organisation
    • Opponents were more religiously motivated
    • Opponents were better supplied


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