Twenty-Two Turbulent years 1639 - 1661 by David Wallace

Twenty-Two Turbulent years 1639 - 1661

David Wallace


Twenty-Two Turbulent years 1639 - 1661 by David Wallace

This book endeavors to provide you with something refreshing and new. An easy to use interactive ready reference covering the turbulent period between 1639 -1661 all in chronological order.Twenty Two Turbulent Years 1639-1661.The turning point that changed Britain forever, detailing all the events (over 130 battles with the Commanders) during the Bishops War 1639-40, The Irish Rebellions, 1641-49. The First English Civil War, 1642-46.The Wars of the Three Kingdoms1644-51, The Second English Civil War, 1647-48 Events leading to the Regicide of King Charles I on January 30th 1649The Third English Civil War, 1648-51. The Scottish Civil War 1649-51Oliver Cromwell's Conquest of Ireland, 1649-51The establishment of The Commonwealth 1649-53, and the Protectorate under Oliver Cromwell 1653-58. After Oliver Cromwell's death in 1658, succeeded by his son Richard Cromwell, as Lord Protector and his subsequent removal nine months later, leaving the way clear for the restoration of King Charles II in 1660. Expansion of the English Navy, with the First Anglo Dutch War 1652-54. The Anglo Spanish War and conquest of the Caribbean colonies 1654-60.English Commonwealth Navy in the Caribbean. ( Barbados).The Americas: June 9th.1650 The Harvard Corporation.Colony of Maryland and the English Civil War.Colony of Massachusetts.Rhode Island passes the first law in North America making slavery illegal. May 18th. 1652.New Haven Colony, Connecticut. Virginia Colony ( 1653). Influence on the American constitution. The Barbary Corsairs, sometimes called Ottoman Corsairs or Barbary Pirates.Civil War Commanders. Parliamentarians.Civil War Commanders. Royalists.Commanders Irish and Covenanters.

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28th November 2012




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