Freelance researcher specialising in early modern military history

Simon Marsh is a freelance researcher specialising in early modern military history, particularly the British Civil Wars (1637-1660). He has written several books, including Battle for London (Amberley, 2010) with Dr Stephen Porter which examines the battles at Brentford and Turnham Green. His current research focuses on Civil War trains of artillery and logistics. He is an active member of the Battlefields Trust, serving as joint Chair of its Mercia Region and Research Coordinator.  He retired from the Civil Service in 2021 and lives in Buckinghamshire.

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