Politics and War in the Three Stuart Kingdoms, 1637-49 (British History in Perspective)
By: David Scott (author)Paperback
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The 1640s were one of the most exciting and bloody decades in British and Irish history. This book interweaves the narrative threads in each theatre of conflict to provide an holistic account and analysis of the wars in and between England, Scotland and Ireland, from the Covenanter Rebellion to the execution of Charles I. Politics and War in the Three Stuart Kingdoms, 1637-49 - stresses the need to examine the English Civil War within the context of the other conflicts in Scotland and Ireland, and vice versa - explores key themes, such as the relationship between armies and elites - assesses the extent to which the wars in and between the kingdoms were the product of religious and ethnic hatred Using a wide range of original and secondary sources, and incorporating the latest research, David Scott offers a challenging new interpretation of political structure and dynamics in the warring Stuart realms.
DAVID SCOTT is Senior Research Fellow in the 1640-60 section of the History of Parliament Trust, London. He is the author of a number of articles and essays on British politics in the 1640s, and co-edited The Journal of Thomas Juxon, 1644-1647 (1999).
Preface and Acknowledgements Map 1: England and Wales, Autumn 1643 Map 2: Scotland Map 3: Ireland, Summer 1643 Society, War and Allegiance in the Three Kingdoms, 1637-42 The Outbreak of the English Civil War: August 1642-September 1643 The Wars of the Three Kingdoms: September 1643-August 1645 Anglia Rediviva: September 1645-January 1647 The Rise of the New Model Army: February-December 1647 The Second Civil War and the English Revolution: January 1648-January 1649 Epilogue and Conclusion Endnotes Index
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