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War in the West Country

With stalemate in Wales, the stakes were raised for the war in the West Country

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Total war - 1645

It was to be a year in which the vector of victory would swoop round: 1645

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Man of Blood

By ignoring God's will, the New Model Army believed Charles had become a man of blood

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Taking Sides - War 1642-1644

Discontent had begat disagreement; disagreement led to war

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Marston Moor

A personal slight and a desire to loot shoes cost the Royalists Marston Moor

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Balance of Power: August 1642

The country was split - the Civil war even pulled apart friends and family

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The Solemn League

A promise to uphold religious freedoms led to a deal between the English Parliament and the Scots: The solemn league

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Newbury and Donnington

The Parliamentarians sailed close to split after defeat at Newbury and Donnington

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Taking Sides - Parliament and the King

Charles I needed their support; they listed their grievances. There was no way back for Parliament and King

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Rupert's march to Marston Moor

In a bid to lift the siege of York, Rupert embarked on a march to Marston Moor

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Taking Sides: Divided Loyalities

As the country became ever more mired in war, there was no way to avoid taking sides

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Formation of a Royalist Party

Charles' supporters come together with the formation of a Royalist Party

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