CAVALIER CAPITAL: Oxford in the English Civil War 1642-1646
Detailed account of Oxford's role as Royalist capital examines all aspects of its experience in the English Civil War. As well as the effects on the town and university, special emphasis is placed on the various aspects of the Royalist occupation, including its role as armory and major manufacturing center of munitions. The King's court and the operation of Royalist government and administration are examined, as are the organization and life of the soldiers of the garrison. Leading personalities are described, as well as the military campaigns which were focused on Oxford during the war. The final siege leading to the fall of Oxford is also described. Lavishly illustrated with contemporary and modern illustrations.1 vol, 184 pgs 2021 UK, HELION & COMPANY
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Updated as of 12/07/2023ABBREVIATIONS: dj-dust jacket, biblio-bibliography, b/w-black and white, illust-illustrations, b/c-book club addition.
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