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Richard Duke of Gloucester in medieval art print Richard III by renowned Military and Historical Artist Chris Collingwood. Published by Cranston Fine Arts of Scotland. The Duke of Gloucester (later Richard III) after the Battle of Tewkesbury.

War of the Roses 1455 - 1485 England became engulfed in a civil war between the houses, of York and Lancaster. The reigning monarch the weak Lancastrian King Henry VI (who also suffered periods of madness) His week leadership developed  the rivalry between the two houses which flared up in warfare in 1455 at the battle of St Albans. in 1461 King Henry VI was deposed and the Yorkist claimant Edward IV became king. The fighting still continued and in 1470 King Henry VI was re crowned.

Edward IV rallied his Yorkist army at the battle of Tewksbury captured Queen Margaret, and Killed The Young Edward (son of King Henry and Queen Margaret). Soon after this battle Henry IV died mysteriously soon after.  This ended the main period of the Civil war.

Twelve years later King Edward IV died, his successor being his 13 year old son Edward V was overthrown by his uncle The Duke of Gloucester, and assumed the crown as Kind Richard the third. In the  Final battle of the Civil war in 1485 at Bosworth, King Richard was killed and the thrown was taken by The Earl of Richmond King Henry VII.   King Henry adopted the flag of a red and white rose and established the Tudor Dynasty.  The Tudor Dynasty would rule England for over 100 years.

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Richard III by Chris Collingwood.


Richard III by Chris Collingwood.

Richard Duke of Gloucester (later Richard III), after the Battle of Tewkesbury, 4th May 1471. Banners are of Richard Duke of Gloucesters White Boar and Sir John Stafford Of Mordaunts (created Earl of Wiltshire by Edward IV) coat of arms.
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The Battles of the War of the Roses

  • 1455    Battle of St Albans
  • 1459    Battle of Blore Heath
  • 1459    Battle of Ludford
  • 1460    Battle of Sandwich
  • 1460    Battle of Northampton
  • 1460    Battle of Wakefield
  • 1461    Battle of St Albans
  • 1461    Battle of Ferrybridge
  • 1461    Battle of Towton
  • 1464    Battle of Hedgeley Moor
  • 1464    Battle of Hexham
  • 1469    Battle of Banbury
  • 1470    Battle of Lose-coat Field
  • 1471    Battle of Ravenspur
  • 1471    Battle of Barnet
  • 1471    Battle of Tewkesbury
  • 1485    Battle of Bosworth

    War of the Roses 1455 - 1485

England became engulfed in a civil war between the houses, of York and Lancaster. The reigning monarch the weak Lancastrian King Henry VI (who also suffered periods of madness) His week leadership developed  the rivalry between the two houses which flared up in warfare in 1455 at the battle of St Albans. in 1461 King Henry VI was deposed and the Yorkist claimant Edward IV became king. The fighting still continued and in 1470 Kind Henry VI was re crowned.

Edward IV rallied his Yorkist army at the battle of Tewksbury captured Queen Margaret, and Killed The Young Edward (son of King Henry and Queen Margaret). Soon after this battle Henry IV died mysteriously soon after.  This ended the main period of the Civil war.

Twelve years later King Edward IV died, His successor his 13 year old son Edward V was overthrown by his uncle The Duke of Gloucester. assumed the crown as Kind Richard the third. In the  Final battle of the Civil war in 1485 at Bosworth, King Richard was killed and the thrown was taken by The earl of Richmond King Henry VII.   King Henry adopted the flag of a red and white rose and established the Tudor Dynasty.  The Tudor Dynasty would rule England for over 100 years.

 

 

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