The Victory of the White Rose at The Battle of Tewkesbury

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Snippet from her article for Royal Central:
The White Rose of York and the Red Rose of Lancaster had been in battle for the throne of England for quite some time. At the time of the Battle of Tewkesbury the Yorkists were being led by Edward of York, or Edward IV and the Lancastrians were being led by Margaret of Anjou, in name of her husband Henry VI and her son, Edward of Westminster. The conflict began when Henry Bolingbroke (Henry V) deposed his cousin Richard II. Though he held the throne
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Public Domain: MS Ghent - Battle of Tewkesbury.jpg
Public Domain: MS Ghent – Battle of Tewkesbury.jpg


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