War of the Roses By: tyler Thompson

during the War of the Roses the 2 houses, The house of York and the house of Lancaster, fought for power over the crown but nether of the houses won

Henry VI and Edward IV were cousins that were fighting for the throne. Henry had a good clam for the throne but sucked as a king while his cousin was the opposite. Henry had spouts of madness and lost the hundred years war to the french.

I do think Richard killed his nephews Because he was general assumed to be a good brother and one of his knights later confessed to killing them under his order.

The Battle of Bosworth Field resulted in Richard III dieing and Henry Tudor won the crown

The house of the Tudor won the battle and the crown after richard III died

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