The interactive Edgehill battlefield map has been removed. To my knowledge it was unique and no other battlefield in the world had a similar or sophisticated interactive map, showing historic views of the battlefield, modern field-scapes, various battle array theories and their locations, along with unique photographs - historic and new - and a rich plethora of information showing the exact locations for key events and research relating to the battlefield. The work featured many original insights - with corroborating references to source materials - and used newly discovered materials and documents to improve and disprove many elements of the battle's narrative. Documents I sourced from around the country - previously unknown to studies of the battle - were also used to significantly improve knowledge of the entire battlefield and the events of that historic day. I published them here, for free.
My fresh research and revelations shall, when I find the time, be published in a different form. An example of how original research into the subject can be done. An example of how we are now able to move our knowledge forward. An example of a progressive understanding of one of our historic battlefields. And an example of how historians who choose to publish books about history can provide their readers with improved and more accurate information. An example of how greater knowledge can help them grow their interpretations. I hope you - dear website visitor - will enjoy it!