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Early in the civil war there was little to distinguish either side except signals such as different colour sashes to show which side a soldier was on. This changed in 1645 with the formation of Parliament's new model army, which was well equipped, organised and clad in red. Picture taken Cromwell House Museum May 2007.

26th Aug 2007 by Diane Earl


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