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by John Tincey

Author: John Tincey
Subcategory: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: Praeger (September 14, 2005)
Pages: 96 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.2
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Marston Moor 1644 book. Although clearly an important battle, Tincey notes that Charles I's victories in 1644 (and the stand of the Whitecoats) made sure that Marston Moor was not an even more complete victory.

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Marston Moor 1644: The b. .has been added to your Basket In standard Osprey campaign series format, Marston Moor 1644 begins with.has been added to your Basket. In Osprey's Campaign Marston Moor 1644, John Tincey summarizes one of the more decisive battles of the English Civil War that lost northern England for the King Charles I. This summary is more interesting than the previous volume on First Newbury, and while the author tends to digress on issues of historiography, he does provide a relatively clean campaign narrative. In standard Osprey campaign series format, Marston Moor 1644 begins with short sections on the background to the campaign and opposing commanders.

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Praeger Illustrated Military History. By (author) John Tincey. JOHN TINCEY is the author of Elite 15: The Armada Campaign 1588, Elite 27: Soldiers of the English Civil War (2) Cavalry and Men-at-Arms 267: The British Army 1660-1704. His TV and video appearances include documentaries on the Armada, Borodino and Waterloo.

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History Books Military History Books. The entry of the Scots into the English Civil War (1642-1651) on 19 January 1644 on the side of Parliament radically changed the balance of power in the North of England

History Books Military History Books. ISBN13: 9781841763347. Marston Moor 1644 : The Beginning of the End. (Book in the Osprey Campaign Series). The entry of the Scots into the English Civil War (1642-1651) on 19 January 1644 on the side of Parliament radically changed the balance of power in the North of England. The Royalists in the North were forced onto the defensive and besieged in York. In a bold march Prince Rupert outmanoeuvred his enemies and relieved York without a shot being fired.

John Tincey is the author of Elite 27: Soldiers of the English Civil War (2): Cavalry and Men-at-Arms 267: The British Army 1660-1704.

The beginning of the end. Campaign 119. Author: John Tincey. John Tincey is the author of Elite 27: Soldiers of the English Civil War (2): Cavalry and Men-at-Arms 267: The British Army 1660-1704. He co-authored Campaign 82: Edgehill 1642 with Keith Roberts. Graham Turner is a leading historical artist, specialising in the medieval period.

Military History Books. General Military History Books. Campaign Series - 1500 - 1700 . MARSTON MOOR 1644 The entry of the Scots into the English Civil War (1642–1651) on 19 January 1644 on the side of Parliament radically changed the balance of power in the North of England.

The entry of the Scots into the English Civil War on 19 January 1644 on the side of Parliament radically changed the balance of power in the North of England. The Royalists in the North were forced onto the defensive and besieged in York. In a bold march Prince Rupert outmanoeuvred his enemies and relieved York without a shot being fired. However, when Rupert met the allied army in battle on Marston Moor on 2 July his cavalry was defeated by Cromwell's Ironsides who then turned on the Royalist infantry. The result was a hard-fought but catastrophic defeat; the Royalist army was crushed and their forces driven from the north of England.

The entry into the English Civil War of the Scots on the side of Parliament radically changed the balance of power in the North of England. The Royalists were forced onto the defensive and the Marquis of Newcastle found his army besieged in York. Prince Rupert proposed a bold plan to relieve York. With cavalry from the King's army he would seize lightly defended Lancashire, a county sympathetic to the Royalist cause, raise a new force, relieve York and unite with the Marquis of Newcastle. He executed his plan with spectacular success and, as the Parliamentarian and Scots armies marched out to meet him outside York, he skilfully marched around their flank and entered York unopposed. Rupert could now have re-supplied the garrison and marched south to rejoin the King. Unfortunately, having received what appeared to be a direct Royal command to fight at any odds, Rupert decided to march out to attack his enemies. Delayed in attacking by Newcastle's slowness, Rupert was forced to watch on 2 July as his enemies formed up on the ridge in front of him. Rupert decided to await the new day before mounting his attack, but it became clear that the Allied armies were advancing. After a desperately hard-fought battle the Royalist army broke. The Parliamentarian and Scots armies wasted their hard won victory and allowed the king to keep the war going, but the loss of the North had decisively tilted the balance of military power in favour of Parliament.