Monmouth was both sincere and good-natured, and understood war well. But he was too much given to pleasure and to favorites. Today's installment
The Duke of Monmouth's great error was that he did not in the first heat venture on some hardy action and then march either to Exeter or Bristol . . .
This series has three easy 5 minute installments. This first installment: The Duke of Monmouth Lands in England. Introduction The Stuarts had a
They were just ready to fall on the centre when King William, having passed with the left wing, composed of the Danish, Dutch, and Inniskillen horse,
William arrives in Ireland; James leaves Dublin, unites the French and Irish armies and advances seeking battle. Continuing James II Invades
The siege of Londonderry pressed to the brink of success. Then, under heavy fire, English boats break through to the town's waterfront. Continuing
This series has four easy 5 minute installments. This first installment: The Siege of Londonderry Begins. Introduction King James II lost the