J.H. MERLE D`AUBIGNE
Cromwell is here presented as a hero to the world, as a Christian to Christians. He interfered violently in public affairs and disturbed the constitutional order of the state. This was his fault–a fault that saved his country.
This volume is authored by a master writer of history who received a Doctor of Divinity from the College of Princeton, New Jersey, and later from the Theological Faculty of the University of Berlin.