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Brother against brother in the English civil war

28 May 2022

9:00 AM

28 May 2022

9:00 AM

The Siege of Loyalty House: A Civil War Story Jessie Childs

The Bodley Head, pp.336, 25

‘The Wars of the Three Kingdoms’ is the best description of the devastating conflict that erupted in England, Ireland and Scotland during the 1640s and 1650s. While Britain lost 2.2 per cent of its population in the first world war, 4 per cent perished during these terrible 17th-century clashes.

The kingdoms were, at the outset, Charles I’s.

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