Series: History of the Great Civil War [Gardiner]

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History of the Great Civil War Volume One 1642-44 by S.R. Gardiner1
History of the Great Civil War Volume Two 1644-45 by S.R. Gardiner2
History of the Great Civil War Volume Three 1645-47 by S.R. Gardiner3
History of the Great Civil War Volume Four 1647-49 by S.R. Gardiner4

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  1. Britain in Revolution: 1625-1660 by Austin Woolrych (2002)
  2. History of the great Civil War, 1642-1649 by Samuel Rawson Gardiner (1987)
  3. Cavaliers and Roundheads: The English Civil War, 1642-1649 by Christopher Hibbert (1993)
  4. The English Civil War Day By Day by Wilfrid Emberton (1995)
  5. The King's Peace, 1637-1641 by C. V. Wedgwood (1955)
  6. The Noble Revolt: The Overthrow of Charles I by John Adamson (2007)
  7. A Freeborn People: Politics and the Nation in Seventeenth-Century England by David Underdown (1996)
  8. Henrietta Maria: Charles I's Indomitable Queen by Alison Plowden (2001)
  9. History of the Commonwealth and Protectorate: Volume One, 1649-50 by Samuel Rawson Gardiner (1988)
  10. The early Stuarts, 1603-1660 by Godfrey Davies (1938)
  11. Politics and the Nation, 1450-1660: Obedience, Resistance and Public Order by D. M. Loades (1974)
  12. The English Civil War by Maurice Ashley (1974)
  13. Cromwell, Our Chief of Men by Antonia Fraser (1973)
  14. Prince Rupert: The Last Cavalier by Charles Spencer (1709)
  15. The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England : Begun in the year 1641 ... Re-edited from a fresh collation of the original ms. in the Bodleian Library with marginal dates and occasional notes ... In Six Volumes by Edward Hyde (1992)

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