Roundhead General: Campaigns of Sir William Waller

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Sir William Waller has been largely neglected in histories of the English Civil War and yet in 1645, when Waller had commanded a Parliamentary army for over two years, Oliver Cromwell was still one of his subordinates. Waller achieved distinction as a Parliamentarian General in the early years of the war, successively becoming Major General in the West, General of an army to be raised largely by the Independents, and Major General of the Southern Association. His career as a soldier was marked by several quite significant ...

Roundhead General: Campaigns of Sir William Waller 1997, Sutton Publishing Ltd, Stroud

ISBN-13: 9780750913126

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