The English Civil War and Revolution: A Sourcebook by Keith Lindley

By Keith Lindley

The origins, nature and end result of the English Civil conflict are matters of constant historic controversy. The English Civil conflict and Revolution is a panoramic, available sourcebook protecting the significant features of the mid-seventeenth century predicament. It provides a complete advisor to the historiographical debates involved.
Drawing on a number of resource fabric akin to legit files, deepest correspondence, diaries, mins of debates and petitions, this article provides:
* contextual introductions to documents
* a finished thesaurus of 17th century terms
* a chronology of occasions for reference
* illustrations, together with modern woodcuts.
whereas familiarising scholars with many of the major assets drawn upon via historians operating within the box, The English Civil battle and Revolution comprises many extracts from unpublished, manuscript assets. through taking assets from all degrees of society and grouping them thematically, this booklet deals a few viewpoints at the civil battle and revolution, therefore supporting knowing of this complicated period.

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