God s Englishman

God s Englishman
Author : Christopher Hill
Publisher : Hachette UK
Total Pages : 320
Release : 2019-08-08
ISBN 10 : 9781474614061
ISBN 13 : 147461406X
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

God s Englishman Book Description:

The classic, bestselling biography of one of the most controversial figures in British history from 'One of the finest historians of the age' The Times Literary Supplement From Fenland farmer and humble backbencher to stalwart of the good old cause and the New Model Army, Oliver Cromwell became the key figure of the Commonwealth, and ultimately Lord Protector. In this fascinating and insightful biography, Christopher Hill reveals Cromwell's life from his beginnings in Huntingdonshire to his brutal end. Hill brings all his considerable knowledge of the period to bear on the relationships God's Englishman had with God and England, giving an unprecedented insight vital to understanding Cromwell.


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