In the mid-17 th century, bloody conflicts between king and parliament ravaged the British Isles in an era of revolution and reprisals with a far-reaching and long-lasting legacy. In this special edition of BBC History Magazine, a range of expert historians provide insights into the background, causes, protagonists, actions and aftermath of the Civil War.
Inside you will find:
-Fresh perspectives on Charles I and Cromwell
-How war affected the lives of ordinary people
-The impact of printed propaganda
-Clashes across England, Wales and Ireland
-Why the Restoration transformed Britain
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