War of the Roses By Devon Schweigert

There were two houses, Lancaster was represented by a red rose and the House of York by a white rose.

Henry the VI was the leader of the house of Lancaster and Edward the IV was one of the leaders for the House of York.

In my opinion Richard the III was guilty he definitely killed for power because no one else had a reason to kill them.

1485 Henry fought Richard the III and Richard was victorious at the Battle of Hosworth

Henry Tudor ran the house of tudor that eventually took over

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Created with images by pipilongstockings - "War of the roses RIP pops x" • pipilongstockings - "War of the roses RIP pops x" • tonynetone - "William Shakespeare" • Karen Roe - "Windsor, The Long Walk 02-03-2014" • Vintuitive - "Battle of Bosworth 2013 PinotNoir" • Dun.can - "Burghley House"

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