The Royalist war effort in Wales and the West Midlands, 1642-1646 (1980)
The Royalist war effort in Wales and the West Midlands, 1642-1646 (1980). Hutton followed his studies on the Early Modern period with a book on a very different subject, The Pagan Religions of the Ancient British Isles: Their Nature and Legacy (1991), in which he attempted to "set out what is at present known about the religious beliefs and practices of the British Isles before their conversion to Christianity.
The Royalist War Effort:. has been added to your Cart. Still by far the best study of precisely the subject described by the title - the war effort. John Morrill, University of Cambridge. Hutton's subject is the area which gave Charles I his most valuable support to that task he brings a thrilling intelligence, a powerful imagination and a bracing, epigrammatic prose.
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The Royalist War Effort, 1642-1646 shows the build up to the outbreak of the war, detailing how the war was fought .
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In this new contribution to Civil War studies the author has set himself an ambitious task
In this new contribution to Civil War studies the author has set himself an ambitious task. It is to explain the mechanism by which Charles I raised men, money and other resources in the area from which he drew his greatest support throughout the war, the twenty English and Welsh counties to the west of and including Warwickshire and Staffordshire, and in doing so to examine the relationship between the Royalists and the local communities there. The era of what Hutton calls the 'Grandees' was inaugurated, with such politically important and socially acceptable figures as Lord Capel, at Shrewsbury, and Sir William Russell, at Worcester, holding sway.
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In this reissue of the second edition of The Royalist War Effort, 1642-1646 Ronald Hutton places his vivid account of the Royalist War effort in modern historical context, bringing the reader up to date with recent developments in the study of the English Civil War.
He analyzes the influences which affected his own interpretation of events, ensuring that The Royalist War Effort, 1642-1646 remains the most informative and compelling account of the Royalist experience in the English Civil War.