Sir Edward Walker and the Battle of Lostwithiel

Unlocking the secrets of a little-known collection of British Civil War papers by Sir Edward Walker, Justin will discuss the precious insights they provide into the workings of the Royalist high command. He will also reveal their account of the Battle of Lostwithiel in 1644, the greatest Royalist victory of the war. Justin Saddington is a research curator at the National Army Museum.

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