Paul Rogers , Hugh Ross Williamson - The Makers Of History - Oliver Cromwell album flac
Title: The Makers Of History - Oliver Cromwell
Style: Spoken Word
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Paul Rogers (4), Hugh Ross Williamson. Paul Rogers (4), Hugh Ross Williamson - The Makers Of History - Oliver Cromwell (LP). His Master's Voice, Laureate Series (2). XLP 40003, - UK. 1964. NEB 27. Jane Barlow, Andrew Cruickshank, Robert Harris (16), Tony Church, Roy Dotrice, Paul Rogers (4), Lockwood West.
Hugh Ross Williamson (1901 - 1978) was a prolific British historian, and a dramatist. Starting from a career in the literary world, and having a Nonconformist background, he became an Anglican clergyman in 1943; and later in 1955 a Catholic convert. He wrote many historical works in a Catholic apologist tone. The Poetry of T. S. Eliot (1932). The Seven Deadly Virtues (1936) drama. Stories From History (1938). Who is for Liberty? (1939). Paul: A Bond Slave (1945) radio play. Charles and Cromwell (1946). The Story Without End (1947). The Arrow and the Sword.
A statue of Oliver Cromwell stands outside the House of Commons of the United Kingdom in Westminster, London. Oliver Cromwell was Lord Protector of the Commonwealth of England, Scotland and Ireland between 1653 and 1658. The statue was designed by Hamo Thornycroft and erected in 1899. It has divided opinion, both before its erection and since, due to Cromwell's opposition to the British monarchy and his role in the conquest of Ireland.
Oliver Cromwell" is a song recorded by Monty Python in 1980 but not released until 1989 where it featured on their compilation album Monty Python Sings. John Cleese, who wrote the lyric, debuted the song in the episode of the radio show I'm Sorry, I'll Read That Again broadcast on February 2, 1969, where it was introduced as "The Ballad of Oliver Cromwell"
Oliver Cromwell followed the example of Fairfax, and on his behalf Peters delivered to the House of Commons narratives of the capture of Winchester and the sack of Basing House. Catholic historian Hugh Ross Williamson maintained in the 1950s that Peter had actually and surreptitiously assisted at Charles I's execution. This allegation has not been broadly accepted.
Hugh Ross Williamson (1901-1978) was a prolific British popular historian, and a dramatist In 1955 he became a convert to Roman Catholicism and wrote many historical works in a Catholic apologist tone. In 1956 published his autobiography, The Walled Garden Notes. a b c Joseph Pearce, Literary Converts: Spiritual Inspiration in an Age of Unbelief.
A student of Ronald Coase, Herbert A. Simon and Richard Cyert, he specializes in transaction cost economics. Williamson attended Central High School in Superior, Wisconsin.
Hugh Ross Williamson (1901-1978) was a prolific British popular historian, and a dramatist. Starting from a career in the literary world, and having a Nonconformist background, he became an Anglican priest in 1943. In 1955 he became a convert to Roman Catholicism and wrote many historical works in a Catholic apologist tone. In 1956 published his autobiography, The Walled Garden. Ross Williamson was critical of the reforms introduced by the Second Vatican Council.
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NotesMade in Great Britain.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: Side A (Stamped): 2XEA 2465-IS A
- Matrix / Runout: Side B (Stamped): 2XEA 2465-IS B
- Other: XLP 40003 on back. XLP.40003 on labels.
- Other: "Factory Sample NOT FOR SALE" Sticker on Side A.