The English Civil War

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  • The English Civil War
    • Battles
      • Parliamentary Victories
        • Newbury, Berkshire
          • 20th September 1943
        • Marston Moor, Yorkshire
          • 2nd July 1644
        • Naseby, Northamptonshire
          • 14th June 1645
        • Langport, Somerset
          • 10th July 1645
      • Royalist Victories
        • Cropredy Bridge, Oxfordshire
          • 29th June 1644
    • Propaganda and recruitment
      • Propaganda
        • Parliment
          • Massive advantage in print war because of control of London
          • Most printers in London
          • Print false pamphlets and posters about Charles
        • Royals
          • News book sold on weekly basis by Sir Edward Nicholas
          • Book printed in Oxford not London
          • Copies sold in bookshops in provincial towns
          • Created serial news book
      • Recruitment
        • Parliment
          • Only trained military source was Trained Bands
          • Fight for your voice
        • Royals
          • Trained Bands disarmed at Charles 1 loss
          • Fight for your king
        • Both
          • Took anyone
          • Desperate for soldiers
          • No wages
          • Fight to death
          • Families torn apart
          • Training unneeded
    • Fighting
      • Methods
        • Places
        • Tactics
      • Weapons
        • Large
          • Cannon
          • Motar
        • Small
          • Musket
            • Flintlock
            • Matchlock
          • Pike

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