When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures.

Oliver cromwell

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Oliver cromwell. Get inspired and try out new things.
June 1953, London, England, UK --- A portrait of young Elizabeth II (1926- ) of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, wearing the crown of the kings and queens of England for her coronation in June of 1953

June 1953, London, England, UK --- A portrait of young Elizabeth II (1926- ) of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, wearing the crown of the kings and queens of England for her coronation in June of 1953. --- Image by © Hulton-Deutsch Collection/CORBIS

Privateer Oliver Cromwell | 3 foot long, minifig-scale fully… | Flickr

3 foot long, minifig-scale fully-rigged LEGO model of the topsail-cutter rigged 10-gun Revolutionary War privateer "Oliver Cromwell," sailing from Boston in 1776. For more pictures, see: Privateer Oliver Cromwell Album For more info on the build, see Oliver Cromwell on MOCPages

September 3, 1658 - Oliver Cromwell an English military and political leader dies at the age of 59

“September 3, 1658 - Oliver Cromwell an English military and political leader dies at the age of 59”

Oliver Cromwell by Robert Walker, tentatively dated to 1650, in the surprisingly 'gay attire' of 'petticoat breaches', lacy boot-hose and a plumed hat.

Puritan souls may hide a cavalier approach to clothes, according to Patrick Little as he explores fashion at the court of Oliver Cromwell.

Oliver Cromwell

Изображения по теме «Пороховые армии Нового времени» содержатся также и в других темах, в следующих постах: Спойлер (раскрыть) History of The Roya...

Raising Armies in the English Civil War.

England in the middle of the Seventeenth Century was the most demilitarised nation in Europe. Contemporary accounts claimed that at the outbreak of the Civil War, only three men in England knew how to properly load a cannon. Of course this is an exaggeration, but the fact remains that there were few trained soldiers in England, no standing army, a poorly trained militia, and no industrial weapons complex. Men with experience of war were at a premium in the early days of the conflict. The…