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charles I and the civil war 2 1642-49

what advantages had the king?

nobles and country squires made good horse-soldiers. They brought the men on their estates into battle for the king, and Rupert,the king's nephew, was an excellent cavalry leader.

this is what I got from my book
is it right?

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    Yes. That looks right. :-)

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