Tagged with effects of war on local people

Was the Prize Worth the Pain?

Most accounts of England’s Civil War – or any civil war, for that matter, come from the combatants. The real victims – the ordinary people who have strangers marauding through their villages, committing atrocities – are largely invisible. But this is again from Adam Nicholson’s ‘Arcadia: “The men and women of the county found themselves … Continue reading