Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010, Paperback.
Includes: Black & white plates; Maps (1); List of abbreviations;
From the cover: A fresh approach to the English civil war, War in England 1642 1649 focuses on answering a misleadingly simple question: what kind of war was it to live through? Eschewing descriptions of specific battles or analyses of political and religious developments, Barbara Donagan examines the texture of war, addressing questions such as: what did Englishmen and women believe about war and know about its practice before 1642? What were the conditions in which a soldier fought for example, how efficient was his musket (not very), and how did he know where he was …
(xii) 443 pages. Index. Bibliography. Trade Paperback (9¼” x 6″).
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