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C. V. Wedgwood (1910-1997) was a noted British historian and expert on the English Civil Wars, as well as a successful lecturer and broadcaster. Her biography William the Silent was awarded the 1944 James Tait Black Memorial Prize and her iconic The Thirty Years War remains in print over 70 years after first publication.
|The Grand Delinquent November - December 1648||p. 14|
|Grandees, Presbyterians, and Levellers 1648||p. 45|
|Right and Might Well Met December 15, 1648 - January 6, 1649||p. 62|
|"The Great Business" January 6-20, 1649||p. 93|
|The King on Trial January 20- 23, 1649||p. 119|
|The King Condemned January 24-27, 1649||p. 146|
|King Charles the Martyr January 28-30, 1649||p. 166|
|Freedom, By God's Mercy Restored February 1649||p. 194|
|Epilogue: The Regicides||p. 216|
|Bibliographical Note||p. 227|
|Notes and References||p. 229|
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