War of the Roses By: emily zahner

Henry VI becomes and Richard IV becomes jealous and beats Henry VI in a viscous battle and Richard IV becomes king.

Henry VI leads from 1422-1461 and then Edward IV takes the throne away from him in 1461 and leads until 1483.

Edward IV

Henry VI

Henry VI

I don't think Richard III killed his own nephews like he loved them and when Shakespeare wrote a play with him as the evil villian

King Richard III was not very happy and he beheaded anyone who opposed him or doubted him

Battle of Bosworth

Henry Tudor was not in line for King because he is the great grandson of Richard III so he had a little chance.

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