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The Sieges of Bradford - Links.

The Business of Yorkshire - The English Civil War in the West Riding of Yorkshire and, to a lesser degree, the wider county of Yorkshire from 1642  to 1645.

Fairfax - Sir Thomas Fairfax and the First English Civil War in the West Riding of Yorkshire.

Lambert - John Lambert Civil War Major-General and leading architect of the Protectorate

Cavendish - William Cavendish, Marquis of Newcastle. Aristocrat and Royalist general in the north of England.

Langdale- Sir Marmaduke Langdale, 1st Baron Langdale of Holme-on-Spalding-Moor, Yorkshire. Prominent Northern Royalist, formidable soldier and dedicated servant of the Crown.

British Civil Wars Commonwealth and Protectorate 1638-1660. - Resource. David Plant has kindly contributed the biographies of Sir Thomas Lord Fairfax, Lord Ferdinando Fairfax, John Lambert and William Cavendish Marquis of Newcastle used on this site.

BBC Civil War 1625-1649 - Open University.

ActionTake1.Com - Event action photography. Nigel Hillyard and Steven Dury have kindly provided all the excellent re-enactment photographs used on this site.

Royal Armouries - The National Museum of Arms and Armour - and it is free. Highly recommended and well worth a visit. Good Civil War collection.

John Lilburne’s Regiment of Foote - Re-enactment English Civil War Regiment. Sealed Knot.

The Marquess of Newcastle’s Regiment of Foote - Re-enactment English Civil War Regiment

Fairfax Battalia - Re-enactment English Civil War Regiment.

National Army Museum - The National army’s own museum telling the story of the British army from the 15th Century to the present day. Excellent. Shame it is in London.

Sealed Knot - English Civil War re-enactment.

Bradford Timeline - History (architecture and events) of Bradford, related to National and International events, Sports information, Inventions, "Firsts", Music, Books , Cinema, Television, Consumer products.

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