New Model Army


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New Model Army

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(Historical Terms) the army established in 1645 during the Civil War by the English parliamentarians, which exercised considerable political power under Cromwell
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It never failed me," so said William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody of his Remington New Model Army .
A strong degree of historical revisionism defines these chapters, especially Edward Vallance's arguments that at least some of the ideas that found their way into The Agreements emerge from the political philosophies found in the Solemn League and Covenant and other oaths, covenants, and engagements of the New Model Army.
Whether on Knievel's sparse desert rock or the bruising folk of Seven Times, New Model Army were nothing short of spectacular and proved that, even after all these years, they are still a devastating live act.
The human pyramids in the audience were almost as spectacular as Saturday main stage headliners New Model Army who even after all these years played as if their lives depended upon it.
Labour's Jim Dobbin (Heywood) said it was the first military march on Parliament since the 1649 Bishopsgate Mutiny by Cromwell's New Model Army, while Tory Patrick Mercer, a former Army colonel, said the policy of cuts to the infantry was a "disgrace" and an act of "extreme short-sightedness".
Larkham was something of a religious adventurer: a priest in the Church of England turned New England colonist turned chaplain in Cromwell's New Model Army turned preacher in Cumberland and Ireland turned incumbent in Devon turned Nonconformist minister.
And Saturday saw some outstanding performances from the likes of New Model Army and PiL with John Lydon on suitably top form.
Festival favourites New Model Army last week had all their equipment stolen while they slept at a Black Country hotel.
Upon the Restoration of King Charles II, men from the New Model Army were brought together with royalist soldiers in the Coldstream Guards.
FIRST DAY BACCHANALIA (ROMAN) 1660: England's Long Parliament was dissolved after sitting for 20 years - at least technically, although after Pride's Purge of 1648 it had been replaced by bodies under the thumb of the New Model Army and Oliver Cromwell's Protectorate.
These relatively benign conditions were abruptly terminated when the New Model Army disembarked in August that year.
3 Who in 1645 was given command of the New Model Army, defeating Charles I at the Battle of Naseby?
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