New Model Army 1645–60

New Model Army 1645–60

Men-at-Arms 110
  • Author: Stuart Asquith
  • Illustrator: Chris Warner
  • Short code: MAA 110
  • Publication Date: 1 Mar 1981
  • ISBN: 9780850453850
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number of Pages: 48
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About this Product

The Restoration of 1660 is often quoted as the birth date of our modern British Army. While this may be true as far as continuity of unit identity is concerned, the evidence of history shows that the creation of an efficient military machine, and its proving on the battlefield, predates the Restoration by 15 years. It was on the battlefields of the Civil War that the foundations of the British professional army were laid. Here, supported by a wide variety of photographs and eight full colour plates, Stuart Asquith details the history, organisation, weapons and equipment of the New Model Army.

Biographical Note

Chris Warner is a well-known military artist and has illustrated several books for the Osprey Men-at-Arms series. He is truly versatile in his painting and has illustrated a variety of subjects from 17th century armies to the Boxer Rebellion.


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