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Author Roberts, Keith, 1955-

Title Cromwell's war machine : the new model army, 1645-1660 / Keith Roberts.

Published Barnsley [England] : Pen & Sword Military, 2005.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  942.062 ROBE    AVAILABLE
Physical description ix, 274 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Ch. 1. Background to Civil War, 1637-1642 -- Ch. 2. The European background : war, politics and the military revolution -- Ch. 3. Recruitment, uniform, arms and equipment -- Ch. 4. Training methods and training manuals -- Ch. 5. Pay, rations and free quarter -- Ch. 6. Regiments, roles and responsibilities -- Ch. 7. Strategy, tactics and siege warfare -- Ch. 8. Professionalism : honour, self-respect and symbolism -- Ch. 9. Military life in camp and garrison -- Ch. 10. From victory to mutiny -- Ch. 11. Mutiny -- Ch. 12. The campaigns of the new model army, 1648-1653 -- Ch. 13. The rise and fall of a new world power.
Summary "The New Model Army was one of the best-known and most effective armies ever raised in England. Oliver Cromwell was both its greatest battlefield commander and the political leader whose position depended on its support. In this meticulously researched and accessible new study, Keith Roberts describes how Cromwell's army was recruited, inspired, organized, trained and equipped. He also sets its strategic and tactical operation in the context of the theory and practice of warfare in seventeenth-century Europe."--BOOK JACKET.
Subject Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658 -- Military leadership.
England and Wales. Army. New Model Army.
Great Britain -- History -- Puritan Revolution, 1642-1660.
Great Britain -- History, Military -- 1603-1714.
Europe -- History, Military -- 1648-1789.
ISBN 1844150941 (hbk.)