War of the Roses By emma fisher


Lancaster was represented by a red rose and the House of York white rose. War was fought brother vs brother and started because they both claimed to be the rightful king of England.

Henry VI vs Edward IV

Henry VI was mentally ill, part of the Lancaster and his wife Margaret of Anjou had to take care of the war. Edward IV was part of the House of the York.

Richard III-Guilty or Not

Richard III had locked two boys in a tower and they vanished and no one knew where they went. They later found two sets of remands under the castle stairs. I would find Richard III Guilty.

Battle of Bosworth Field

The battle was originally fought between the house of York and Lancaster but Henry Tudor came in and won making him king.

Henry Tudor and the House of Tudor

Henry Tudor became king of England and married into to the house of York


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