PARLIAMENT’S GENERALS: SUPREME COMMAND AND POLITICS DURING THE BRITISH WARS 1642-51

WANKLYN (M.)

C087

£25.00

240pp., 20 illus. 2019. Waller, Essex, Fairfax, Manchester and Cromwell are among the most famous military men who fought for Parliament. hile their performance as generals has been explored in numerous books on the campaigns, comparatively little has been written by military historians about the political aspects of high command, namely the ever-changing and often fractious relationship with the English Parliament and its executive committees.