By Stanley D.M. Carpenter
For the final army historical past reader, the paintings offers a concise strategic and operational narrative of the British Civil Wars of 1642-51 in northern England and Scotland. For historians, it deals an extra causative reason behind final parliamentary victory. As a examine of powerful army management, it proposes, via a case learn research according to a framework of features and behaviour of particular commanders from the wildly winning to the abysmal failure, a version of powerful army management for current and successive generations of army, naval and air officials in any respect degrees of command.
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