Atlas of the English Civil War

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CONTENTS
Introduction 7
MAP 1 Scotland in 1639-1640 and the Bishops'Wars 16
MAP 2 Flashpoints of Civil War in the Summer of 1642 18
MAP 3 1642: Prelude to Edgehill 20
MAP 4 The Battle of Edgehill, 23 October 1642: Locality 22
MAP 5 The Battle of Edgehill, 23 October 1642: Field of Battle 22
MAP 6 1642-1643: War in Yorkshire and the North-East 24
MAP 7 1642-1643: War in Lancashire and the North-West 26
MAP 8 1642-1643: War in the East and East Midlands 28
MAP 9 1642-1643: War in the Centre 30
MAP 10 1642-1643: War in the West 32
MAP 11 1643: Roundway Down and the Fall of Bristol 34
MAP 12 1642-1643: War in Wales and the Borders 36
MAP 13 The Military Situation in Late 1643 38
MAP 14 War in the North: The Scottish Invasion, January to April 1644 40
MAP 15 1644: War in Cheshire and the Relief of Newark 42
MAP 16 War in the North: Fighting in Yorkshire, January to April 1644 42
MAP 17 1643-1644: The Fight Against Essex and Waller 46
MAP 18 The Battle of Cheriton, 29 March 1644: Locality 48
MAP 19 The Battle of Cheriton, 29 March 1644: Field of Battle 48
MAP 20 1644: The Campaigns of the Oxford Army, to July 50
MAP 21 1644: The Siege of York and War in the North-East 54
MAP 22 1644: Rupert's Relief March to York 54
MAP 23 The Battle of Marston Moor, 2 July 1644: Locality 56
MAP 24 The Battle of Marston Moor, 2 July 1644: Field of Battle 56
MAP 25 1644: The Campaign to Lostwithiel, July to September 58
MAP 26 Events Leading to the Second Battle of Newbury 60
MAP 27 The Second Battle of Newbury, 27 October 1644: Locality 62
MAP 28 The Second Battle of Newbury, 27 October 1644: Field of Battle 62
MAP 29 The Military Situation in Late 1644 64
MAP 30 Developments in Early 1645 66
MAP 31 The Campaigns of the Marquess of Montrose 68
MAP 32 1644-1645: The War in the North 70
MAP 33 1645: The Naseby Campaign 72
MAP 34 The Battle of Naseby, 14 June 1645: Locality 74
MAP 35 The Battle of Naseby, 14 June 1645: Field of Battle 74
MAP 36 1645: War in the West and the Battle of Langport 76
MAP 37 1644-1645: The Risings of the Clubmen 78
MAP 38 The Fall of Bristol and the Marches of the King 80

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