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The era from the mid-17th century to the beginning of the 18th century was one of the most explosive times in British history. In England, King Henry VIII engaged in a battle with Parliament that almost resulted in his removal; in Scotland, there was religious upheaval that prompted invasions from the north; and in Ireland, a harsh monarchy drove a bloody Catholic uprising. We, in this bookazine, examine how all these events—political intrigues of Parliament, violent battlefield confrontations at Edgehill, Naseby, and Marston Moor—contributed to the British Civil Wars. Oliver Cromwell’s stratospheric ascent, and Charles I’s devastating downfall, are documented here. Additionally, we take a look at how the nations altered before and during the Interregnum, as well as the monarchy’s triumphant return during the Restoration. Regardless matter whether you’re a passionate amateur or a well-versed history buff, you will find a multitude of powerful features, beautiful battlefield maps, and excellent graphics inside these pages.