The English Revolution: the world turned upside down thirteen

After some losses at the hands of the Royalists, Oliver Cromwell and his new army, the ‘Eastern Association’ (later to become the New Model Army) scored a decisive turning point with a crushing victory at the battle of Marston Moor. But divisions were opening up on the parliamentary side between the radical and conservative elements.

Source: The English Revolution: the world turned upside down – part thirteen

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