The Causes Of The English Revolution 1529 1642

Author by : Lawrence Stone
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Publisher by : Psychology Press
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Description : First published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


The Causes Of The English Civil War

Author by : Conrad Russell
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The Causes Of The English Civil War

Author by : Ann Hughes
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Publisher by : MacMillan Publishing Company
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The Economic Causes Of The English Civil War

Author by : George Yerby
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Description : This is a coordinated presentation of the economic basis of revolutionary change in 16th- and early-17th century England, addressing a crucial but neglected phase of historical development. It traces a transformation in the agrarian economy and substantiates the decisive scale on which this took place, showing how the new forms of occupation and practice on the land related to seminal changes in the general dynamics of commercial activity. An integrated, self-regulating national market generated new imperatives, particularly a demand for a right of freedom of trade from arbitrary exactions and restraints. This took political force through the special status that rights of consent had acquired in England, based on the rise of sovereign representative law following the Break with Rome. These associations were reflected in a distinctive merchant-gentry alliance, seeking to establish freedom of trade and representative control of public finance, through parliament. This produced a persistent challenge to royal prerogatives such as impositions from 1610 onwards. Parliamentary provision, especially legislation, came to be seen as essential to good government. These ambitions led to the first revolutionary measures of the Long Parliament in early 1641, establishing automatic parliaments and the normative force of freedom of trade.


The Causes Of The English Civil War

Author by : Robert J Acheson
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The Causes Of The English Civil War

Author by : Norah Carlin
Languange : en
Publisher by : Wiley-Blackwell
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Description : This book provides students with the essential background to the English Civil War and to the historical debates surrounding its causes.


The Origins Of The English Civil War

Author by : Conrad Russell
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Publisher by : MacMillan Publishing Company
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The English Civil Wars 1642 1651

Author by : Peter Gaunt
Languange : en
Publisher by : Bloomsbury Publishing
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Description : The period 1642-1651, one of the most turbulent in the history of mainland Britian, saw the country torn by civil wars. Focusing on the English and Welsh wars this book examines the causes, course and consequences of the conflicts. While offering a concise military account that assesses the wars in their national, regional and local contexts, Dr Gaunt provides a full appraisal of the severity of the wars and the true extent of the impact on civilian life, highlighting areas of continued historical debate. The personal experiences and biographies of key players are also included in this comprehensive and fascinating account.


The English Civil War

Author by : Peter Gaunt
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Publisher by : I.B.Tauris
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Description : 'Sir, God hath taken away your eldest son by a cannon shot. It brake his leg. We were necessitated to have it cut off, whereof he died.' In one of the most famous and moving letters of the Civil War, Oliver Cromwell told his brother-in-law that on 2 July 1644 Parliament had won an emphatic victory over a Royalist army commanded by King Charles I's nephew, Prince Rupert, on rolling moorland west of York. But that battle, Marston Moor, had also slain his own nephew, the recipient's firstborn. In this vividly narrated history of the deadly conflict that engulfed the nation during the 1640s, Peter Gaunt shows that, with the exception of World War I, the death-rate was higher than any other contest in which Britain has participated. Numerous towns and villages were garrisoned, attacked, damaged or wrecked. The landscape was profoundly altered. Yet amidst all the blood and killing, the fighting was also a catalyst for profound social change and innovation. Charting major battles, raids and engagements, the author uses rich contemporary accounts to explore the life-changing experience of war for those involved, whether musketeers at Cheriton, dragoons at Edgehill or Cromwell's disciplined Ironsides at Naseby (1645).


British Economic And Social History

Author by : William Henry Chaloner
Languange : en
Publisher by : Manchester University Press
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