The Battle of Naseby on 14 June 1645 was a devastating victory for
the New Model Army commanded by Fairfax and Cromwell. It determined
the fate of Charles I and secured the future of Parliamentary
democracy. Naseby rivals Hastings as one of the most important
battles fought on English soil. In this fascinating study Glenn
Foard reviews the whole Naseby campaign in unprecedented and vivid
detail. He places the event in its regional and national context
and provides intriguing new archaeological and documentary
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