Oliver Cromwell

Oliver Cromwell: Selected full-text books and articles

Oliver Cromwell By Martyn Bennett Routledge, 2006
Oliver Cromwell: 1658-1958 By Christopher Hill Routledge & Paul, 1963
The Greatness of Oliver Cromwell By Maurice Ashley Collier Books, 1962
Oliver Cromwell: A Dictator's Tragedy By Mary Taylor Blauvelt G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1937
FREE! Oliver Cromwell's Letters and Speeches: With Elucidations By Oliver Cromwell; Thomas Carlyle Wiley & Putnam, vol.1, 1845
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`A Great and Deserved Name': Commemorating Cromwell By Morrill, John History Review, September 1999
Oliver By Wilkinson, Richard History Review, No. 27, March 1997
The Oxford Companion to British History By John Cannon Oxford University Press, 1997
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