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The Wars of the Roses were a series of wars for control of the throne of England fought .... He gathered the Yorkist armies and won a crushing victory at the Battle of .... Some authorities date the start of the War of the Roses from the death of ...

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May 22, 2015 ... Fallout from the Hundred Years' War helped spark the unrest. ... He quickly won back his kingship and ruled for several years of relative peace, ...

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On this day in History, The War of the Roses on May 22, 1455. Learn ... was more successful and won major victories in the Hundred Years War against France.

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This particular page explains the historical background of The War of the Roses. ... Bosworth Field in 1485 when the Lancastrian faction won a decisive victory.

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Henry Tudor or Henry VII, a member of the Lancaster house, defeated the last Yorkist king Richard III in 1485. He then married Elizabeth of York, daughter of ...

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The name Wars of the Roses (sometimes mistakenly referred to as War of the Roses) is based on the badges used by the two sides, the red rose for the ...

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The War of the Roses ended when Elizabeth of York was married to Henry Tudor of the Lancastrians, thus uniting the two warring Plantagenet houses of York ...

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Oct 7, 2015 ... Against the odds, Salisbury won the day but his tired, battered column still ... that might have radically altered the course of the Wars of the Roses. ..... England was in a state of near constant civil war between 1460 and 1688, ...

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I got some ribbing from a Lancashire mate about who won the war of the roses. He obviously said they did. After a somewhat confusing period ...