The Unquiet land - civil war in England 1642-1646

United Kingdom, 1950

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A detailed account of the Civil War of England in 1642-1646. Includes the division of the country prior to the Civil War through to the entrance of the Scots, the battle of Marston Moor and the final surrender of the King’s forces in 1646.

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Gaumont-British Instructional

director

Felicity Kinross

Duration

00:26:42:00

Production places
United Kingdom
Production dates
1950

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