Cromwell Against The Scots – The Last Anglo-Scottish War
John D Grainger


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Author: John D Grainger
Number of pages: 205
Publication date: 2021

Although also known as the Third English Civil War, This was the Last War between the Scots and English as separate states.

John Grainger narrates the events following the exiled King Charles II’s landing in Scotland and his alliance with the Scots Covenanters, Erstwhile allies of the English Parliamentarians

Cromwell’s Pre-emptive invasion of Scotland led to his victory at Dunbar but this only unified the Scottish Cause.

Charles led a desperate counter-invasion of England, Hoping to raise a royalist rebellion. Cromwell was forced to Follow him, but left Monck to complete the pacification of Scotland.

Cromwell caught up with Charles II at Worcester, Where the Scots/Royalist army was decisively defeated and destroyed, Thousands of the prisoners being sold into slavery in the West Indies and the African Colonies.

This revised edition contains an expanded chapter on the aftermath of the war and the fate of the POWs, Drawing on major new archaeological evidence, as well as an updated conclusion.


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