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 English Civil War   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The English Civil War was a civil war fought between Charles I king of England Scotland and Ireland and his supporters and the Long Parliament led by Oliver Cromwell.
In the words of Christopher Hill "the Civil War was a class On the side of reaction was the aristocracy and its ally the established church.
Commonwealth and Protectorate: The English Civil War and its aftermath
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The English Civil War was as much the response to the effects of the Reformation as it was a response to the needs of the rising middle classes, the landed gentry.
The war itself involved the king, Parliament, the aristocracy, the middle classes, the commoners, and the army.
The first, between King Charles I and Parliament, allied with the Scottish Covenanters, lasted until 1646; the second, in which a Scottish army fought for Charles I against Parliament, took place in 1648; and the last, in which the Scots were led by Charles II as their king, lasted from 1649 to 1651.
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 English Civil War Summary
The English Civil War was a series of armed conflicts and political machinations which took place between Parliamentarians and Royalists from 1642 until 1651.
Argument that economic greed was the cause of the English Civil War.
English Civil War: Charles I in 1631, by Daniel Mytens.
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 Burn Civil Ken War   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
National Civil War Museum - The National Civil War Museum, located at 1 Lincoln Circle at Reservoir Park in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, is a permanent, nonprofit educational institution created to promote the preservation of material culture and sources of information that are directly relevant to the American Civil War of 1861–...
Third English Civil War - The Third English Civil War (1649–1651) was the third of three wars known as the English Civil War (or Wars) which refers to the series of armed conflicts and political machinations which took place between Parliamentarians and Royalists from 1642 until 1652 and include the...
She portrays the aftermath of the Civil War in Texas texas attorney general office and life in Kansas while her husband took part in General Winfield Hancock'...
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 Jedi Civil War - Wookieepedia, the Star Wars Wiki - A Wikia wiki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Jedi Civil War (also known as the Second Sith War and the War of the Star Forge) was a devastating conflict that began when the fallen Jedi Revan founded a new Sith Empire and declared himself Dark Lord of the Sith.
Spurred by the genocide of the Cathar, the young and charismatic Jedi Knights Revan and Malak defied the Council and led a faction of the Jedi to war.
As the war was primarily fought between the Republic and the (formerly Republic) Sith Empire however, it could be thought of as a galactic civil war in which Jedi, both light and dark, played vital roles on both sides.
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 The History Guy: The Afghan Civil War (1978-Present)
By 1988, the dragging war and internal changes in Soviet politics prompted Moscow to agree to the 1988 Geneva Accords, which led to the withdrawal of the Soviet army in February of 1989.
The war in Afghanistan was over for the Russians, but not for the Afghans, who continued their civil war.
The fifth and current phase of the civil war opened on October 7, 2001 with the beginning of punishing aerial bombardments, missile attacks and special forces commando missions against the Taliban and bin Laden's forces by the United States and the United Kingdom (the Allies).
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 Civil War. The New Dictionary of Cultural Literacy, Third Edition. 2002
The war fought in the United States between northern (Union) and southern (Confederate) states from 1861 to 1865, in which the Confederacy sought to establish itself as a separate nation.
The Civil War is also known as the War for Southern Independence and as the War between the States.
The war grew out of deep-seated differences between the social structure and economy of North and South, most notably over slavery; generations of political maneuvers had been unable to overcome these differences (see Missouri Compromise and Compromise of 1850).
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 English Civil War   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The wars were inextricably mixed with and formed part of a linked series of conflicts and civil wars between 1639 and 1651 in the kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland, which at that time shared a monarch but were distinct countries in political organisation.
The wars led to the trial and execution of Charles I, the exile of his son Charles II, and the replacement of the English monarchy with the Commonwealth of England (1649–1653) and then a Protectorate (1653–1659) under the personal rule of Oliver Cromwell.
While the monarchy was subsequently restored, the civil wars effectively set England and Scotland on course to become a parliamentary democracy and after the acts of union help United Kingdom avoid the later European republican movements that followed the Jacobin revolution in 18th century France and the later success of Napoleon.
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 Third English Civil War
The Preston campaign of the Second Civil War was undertaken under the direction of the Scottish Parliament, not the Church, and it needed the execution of King Charles I to bring about a union of all Scottish parties against the English Independents.
But the English army was composed of "ragged soldiers with bright muskets," and had a great captain of undisputed authority at their head.
The rest of the early winter of 1650 was thus occupied in semi-military, semi-political operations between detachments of the English army and certain armed forces of the Kirk party which still maintained a precarious existence in the western Lowlands, and in police work against the moss-troopers of the Border counties.
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 English Civil War
The English Civil War is a military history dealing with the operational aspects of these wars, and is based on an absorbing combination of original sources and extensive studies of the actual battlefields - battles such as Edgehill, Cropredy, Lostwithiel, Marston Moor and Naseby.
In August 1644, at the height of the English Civil War, James Graham, Marquis of Montrose, raised the standard of Royalist rebellion in Scotland.
The destruction caused by the English Civil Wars was widespread and devastating.
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 BBC - h2g2 - The English Civil War
The English Civil War was not, as is often portrayed, a war between dashing Cavaliers and sombre Parliamentarians, these are just typecast roles and are as false as modern stereotypes.
Although most historians date the start of the civil war at 22 August, 1642, when the Royal standard was raised at Nottingham, a complete study of the civil war cannot be done without looking at the causes of the English Civil War.
The army of the Scottish Coventers crossed the border on 19 January, 1644, in aid of the English Parliament and proceeded to York, which was defended by Royalist forces under the command of Marquis of Newcastle.
www.bbc.co.uk /h2g2/guide/A453142   (1783 words)

  
 The Civil War
The Royalist and Parliamentary armies used similar tactics and weapons during the Civil War.
In the Civil War, the opening of the battle usually involved groups of cavalry.
At the first major battle of the civil war at Edgehill, most of Prince Rupert's cavalrymen did not return to the battlefield until over an hour after the initial charge.
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 Third English Civil War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Preston campaign of the Second Civil War was undertaken under the direction of the Scots Parliament, not the Church, and it needed the execution of King Charles I to bring about a union of all Scottish parties against the English Independents.
Indeed the Confederates had fought a mini civil war among themselves in 1648 over this alliance, with Owen Roe O'Neill's Ulster army leaving the Confederation and only re-joining it after Cromwell had actually landed in Ireland.
Tents were also issued, perhaps for the first time in the civil wars, for it was a regular professional army, which had to be cared for, made comfortable and economized, that was now carrying on the work of the volunteers of the first war.
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 Galactic Civil War - Wookieepedia, the Star Wars Wiki - A Wikia wiki   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The war finally ended in 19 ABY when the remnants of the Empire signed a peace accord, though it would continue to be fully autonomous until it was absorbed into the Galactic Alliance.
The Emperor's third known Sith apprentice, Darth Vader, was an integral part of the Purge and the establishment of the Empire.
Late into the Galactic Civil War, an alien paramilitary group called the Diversity Alliance was formed, whose aim was to eliminate all Humans in the Galaxy.
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 The Spanish Civil War: An Overview--by Cary Nelson
Viewed internally, on the other hand, the Spanish Civil War was the culmination of a prolonged period of national political unrest—unrest in a country that was increasingly polarized and repeatedly unable to ameliorate the conditions of terrible poverty in which millions of its citizens lived.
Some felt the war was over, but the Republic held on, buoyed by a brief resupply of arms and by the hope that the democracies would surely now repeal the Non-Intervention policy, for Germany had invaded Austria on March 12.
It was not to be a civil war ending in reconciliation, for Franco began a reign of terror aimed at the physical liquidation of all his potential enemies.
www.english.uiuc.edu /maps/scw/overview.htm   (3986 words)

  
 John Titor - Civil War
As the war in Europe rages on, Japan fails to join the axis power, there is no war in the Pacific and the United States remains neutral.
The civil war was in its 7th year and the world war was three years away.
When the civil "conflict" started and got worse, people generally decided to either stay in the cities and lose most of their civil rights under the guise of security or leave the cities for more isolated and rural areas.
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 Civil Rwanda War   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
It is an authoritative, comprehensive source of information on the global conflicts, civil wars, mutinies, punitive expeditions, undeclared wars, rebellions, civil rwanda war and revolutions that have occurred throughout the world.
Second English Civil War - The Second English Civil War (1648–1649) was the second of three wars known as the English Civil War (or Wars) which refers to the series of armed conflicts and political machinations which took place between Parliamentarians and Royalists from 1642 until 1652 and include the...
When freedom from famine is a collection of essays explores the problems faced by the presence of the market economy; corruption, ethnic and clan rivalry, and religious fundamentalism; state collapse and civil war; the role of regional and Africa-wide organizations; debt relief, and equitable trading arrangements.
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 The Blew Regiment: a quick History of the English Civil War
The war continued through the next year until Charles was finally brought to battle at Naseby by the New Model Army and soundly thrashed (1645).
However most English people, while they may not have agreed with everything Parliament was doing, were not prepared to fight another war about it.
It was all a bit of a farce, the Scots were beaten and the risings were soundly crushed and a number of leading Royalists were hung for their pains.
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 English Civil War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The English Civil War was a series of armed conflicts and political machinations that took place between Parliamentarians (known as Roundheads) and Royalists (known as Cavaliers) from 1642 until 1651.
9 Theories relating to the English Civil War
Royal, Trevor; "Civil War: The Wars of the Three Kingdoms 1638-1660"; Pub Abacus 2006; (first published 2004); ISBN 978-0-349-11564-1
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 English Civil War - Battles
Although this was a civil war, and the whole country was affected, there were remarkably few major battles.
Charles' army, commanded by the King himself, was marching from Shrewsbury to London while Cromwell's army, under Robert Devereux, third Earl of Essex was marching from London to Worcester.
Robert Devereux, third Earl of Essex, had marched from London to Gloucester to re-supply a Parliamentary army.
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 Civil War Page
Joined pair of lead musket balls (Dumbell) from site of Civil War skirmish 1643.
Photo shows balls about a third of actual size.
Found at site of Civil War skirmish of 1643.
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