Atlas of the English Civil War

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MAP 39 The End of the War: The Battle of Torrington, 16 February 1646 82
MAP 40 The King, the Scots and the Discontented Army 84
MAP 41 1648: The Second Civil War: Royalists and Ex-parliamentarians 86
MAP 42 1648: The Second Civil War: The Royalists and the Scots 88
Pride's Purge and the King's Execution 91
MAP 43 1641-1649: Civil War in Ireland 92
MAP 44 1649-1650: Cromwell in Ireland 94
MAP 45 The Rump Parliament and Interregnum Government 96
MAP 46 1650-1651: The Outbreak of the Third Civil War 98
MAP 47 1650: The Dunbar Campaign 100
MAP 48 The Battle of Dunbar, 3 September 1650 and Its Aftermath 102
MAP 49 1651: The Worcester Campaign 104
MAP 50 The Battle of Worcester, 3 September 1651: Locality 106
MAP 51 The Battle of Worcester, 3 September 1651: Field of Battle 106
MAP 52 The Flight of Charles II after Worcester 108
MAP 53 Royalist Conspiracy and the Risings of 1655 110
MAP 54 The Rule of the Major Generals 112
MAP 55 1659: Sir George Booth's Rising 114
MAP 56 1660: George Monck's March South and the Restoration of Charles II 116
Bibliography 119
Index 121

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