From page 60 --
For England, the legacy of the civil war has been painful and difficult to define. The woefully neglected major battlefields of 1642-1645 are an illustration. Those of the U.S. Civil War, by contrast, are hallowed sites -- Gettysburg is half shrine, half tourist attraction, with 1,047 separate monuments, statues and obelisks. Almost nothing has been done with the still countrified terrain of Yorkshire's Marston Moor, soaked by the bloodiest encounter ever fought on British soil, or Naseby in Northamptonshire, where the site of Parliament's great victory is still an oatfield.