Report in the local newspaper of a project to investigate the Civil War siege at King's Lynn.
Last week a reader asked: What happened in Huddersfield during the English Civil War?
This question drew the most online votes in our #AskExaminer feature which gives readers the chance to ask any question on any local topic.
A great deal happened in the West Riding during the Civil War - armed
“ ... in that very hour when he was thus wickedly murdered in the sight of the sun, he had as great a share in hearts and affections of his subjects in general, was as much beloved, esteemed and longed for by the people ... as any of his predecessors
The new “Nantwich Besieged” exhibition at Nantwich Museum is proving a popular attraction for visitors.
The exhibition recalls the impact of the English Civil War in the locality.
Mayor of Nantwich Town Council Cllr Andrew Martin unveiled one of the centrepieces at the start of the exhibition – depicting the scene in
The Battle of Worcester Society's Civil War Nights end on Thursday 1st September 7pm in The Great Hall at The Commandery Worcester when Canadian novelist will tell us about Captain James Hind The Royalist Highwayman who specialised in robbing Parliamentarians. He fought in the Royalist army at the battle of
Tracts are a pretty important source of information on the British Civil Wars. The ability to publish news reports and air ideas through print - often slanted towards the goals of a particularly side - is a revolutionary feature of the period.
News travelled quickly. You could read about the fall
A TALK on women's role during the English Civil War is being held at Worcester's Commandery this April.
The Battle of Worcester Society is presenting the talk from University of Leicester student Hannah Wilson on Thursday, April 28.
The talk is entitled Widows, Wives, Soldiers and Spies; the Lives of Women in
Charles I of England, Scotland and Ireland has been called England’s most ill-fated monarch.
On March 10, 1629, he dissolved Parliament and had several members imprisoned, beginning the 11-year period known as the Personal Rule. This set into motion the events that led to the English Civil War and the death
Listen as Maureen Bell tells BBC Radio Nottingham how women made their mark in the British Civil Wars. A great taster for Maureen's talk at the National Civil War Centre this Saturday (12 March) from 2.30pm
BBC Radio Nottingham
A history blog called Mercurius Politicus produced an article relating to images of the regicide, the execution of Charles 1st back in 1999.
A good read for those interested in this period of our history
With the 360th anniversary of the execution of Charles I coming up on Friday, I thought I