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Pictures of ‘English Civil War’ (exact matches)

Execution of Charles I
Execution of Charles I
The Bodleian Library, Oxford
The Bodleian Library, Oxford
Oliver Cromwell
Oliver Cromwell
Son announcing that he intends to fight for Parliament during the English Civil War
Son announcing that he intends to fight for Parliament during the English Civil War
The battle of Turnham Green
The battle of Turnham Green
The Battle of Naseby
The Battle of Naseby
Soldier
Soldier
King Charles I arrives in the House of Commons to arrest the five Members of Parliament
King Charles I arrives in the House of Commons to arrest the five Members of Parliament
David Leslie
David Leslie
Oliver Cromwell and the execution of Charles I, 1649
Oliver Cromwell and the execution of Charles I, 1649
The English Civil War
The English Civil War
Decisive Battles: Where King Charles Lost His Crown
Decisive Battles: Where King Charles Lost His Crown
Theatres closed for 18 years
Theatres closed for 18 years
King Charles I before the High Court of Justice at Whitehall, 1648
King Charles I before the High Court of Justice at Whitehall, 1648
Battle of Naseby
Battle of Naseby
Olover Cromwell, English soldier and politician
Olover Cromwell, English soldier and politician
John Hampden
John Hampden
John Hampden
John Hampden
London Apprentices repelling an Attack
London Apprentices repelling an Attack
John Hampden, English Parliamentarian politician and soldier
John Hampden, English Parliamentarian politician and soldier
Portrait of William Laud
Portrait of William Laud
Charles II Travelling in Disguise
Charles II Travelling in Disguise
Sir Thomas, Lord Fairfax, commander-in-chief of the Parliamentarian army in the English Civil War
Sir Thomas, Lord Fairfax, commander-in-chief of the Parliamentarian army in the English Civil War
Mill at Edgehill
Mill at Edgehill
Lenthall being carried back to the chair by the Presbyterian apprentices
Lenthall being carried back to the chair by the Presbyterian apprentices
"The Cavalier," from the Winter Exhibition, No 7, Haymarket
"The Cavalier," from the Winter Exhibition, No 7, Haymarket
The Early Days of the Civil War, 1643
The Early Days of the Civil War, 1643
Thomas, Lord Fairfax
Thomas, Lord Fairfax
St Mawes Castle, Cornwall
St Mawes Castle, Cornwall
Death of Hampden
Death of Hampden
A king who might have saved himself
A king who might have saved himself
Cromwell's Ironsides fighting Royalist cavalry in the English Civil War
Cromwell's Ironsides fighting Royalist cavalry in the English Civil War