By Stuart Reid
On 23 September 1642 Prince Rupert's cavalry triumphed outdoor Worcester within the first significant conflict of the English Civil struggle. nearly accurately 9 years later, on three September 1651, that conflict was once gained by means of Oliver Cromwell's well-known Ironsides open air an identical urban and partially upon an analogous flooring. Stuart Reid offers an in depth but readable new army historical past - the 1st to be released for over 20 years - of the 3 conflicts among 1642 and 1651 referred to as the English Civil warfare. Prince Rupert, Oliver Cromwell, Patrick Ruthven, Alexander Leslie and Sir Thomas Fairfax all play their components during this fast-moving narrative. on the center of the e-book are clean interpretations, not just of the main battles reminiscent of Marston Moor in 1644, but in addition of the technical and financial elements which contributed to shaping method and strategies, making this a very accomplished research of 1 of the main well-known conflicts in British heritage. This e-book is a needs to for all historians and fanatics of seventeenth-century English background.
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Jim") Gross, Hickam Field 213 31 Staff Sergeant Frank Luciano, Fort Kamehameha 219 Page ix 32 Second Lieutenant Revella Guest, Tripler Army Hospital 226 Chapter VI Schofield Barracks and Wheeler Field 231 33 Sergeant Emil Matula, Schofield Barracks 233 34 Chaplains Marcus A. Valenta and Herbert C. Straus, Schofield Barracks and Fourteenth Naval District Headquarters 238 35 Second Lieutenant Ada M. , Kaneohe Naval Air Station 278 40 Lieutenant Phillip Willis, Bellows Field 284 Epilogue 291 Sources 295 Index 299 Page xi Introduction For the United States, World War II lasted 1,351 days, but the nation's greatest defeat took only 110 minutes.
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