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Prince Rupert and the Thirty Years War: “The School of the Soldier”

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Prince Rupert and the Thirty Years War: “The School of the Soldier”

Because of the calamity that had befallen his family during the Thirty Years War, Prince Rupert would lead a life of exile and master the art of war.

Because of the calamity that had befallen his family during the Thirty Years War, Prince Rupert would lead a life of exile and master the art of war.

Because of the calamity that had befallen his family during the Thirty Years War, Prince Rupert would lead a life of exile and master the art of war.
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  1. Hartog Benjamin
    Posted June 4, 2014 at 12:10 pm | Permalink

    Why was Rupert defeated at Marston Moor? In fact he barely escaped with his life when he was pursued by Cromwells cavalry. How did he manage to elude his enemies and recover his tactical genuis that he used with such daring dexterity in subsequent battles?

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