|Title:||Charles I and Cromwell|
|Tags:||Britain, essay, history, non-fiction|
Wars don't generally start, let alone end, precisely as foreseen. This was particularly true of the English Civil War. Young's learned and attractively written monograph sheds light on what happened, and why. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Young, G. M. (George Malcolm)
George Malcolm Young (29 April 1882 in Greenhithe, Kent – 18 November 1959 in Goring, Oxfordshire) was an English historian, most famous for his long essay on Victorian times in England, Portrait of an Age (1936).
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