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Arbara Donagan examines the 'texture' of war addressing uestions such as what did Englishmen and women believe about war and know about its practice before ? What were the conditions in which a soldier fought for example how efficient was his musket not very and how did he know where he was going much depended on the reliability of scouts and spies? What were the rules that were supposed to govern conduct in war and how were they enforced by a combination of professional peer pressure and severe but discretionary army discipline and courts martial? What were the officers and men of the armies like and how well did they fight?The book deals even handedly with royalists and parliame

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