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The Second Wars of the Roses : Who Murdered the Princes in the Tower? Part 2

The Second Wars of the Roses : Who Murdered the Princes in the Tower? Part 2

On this day 17th August, 1483 The day presumed that the two young princes, the uncrowned Edward V and his brother Richard, Duke of York, were killed in the Tower of London (The Two Princes Edward and Richard in the Tower, 1483 by John Everett Millais, 1878 - Tower of London)

On this day 17th August, 1483 The day presumed that the two young princes, the uncrowned Edward V and his brother Richard, Duke of York, were killed in the Tower of London (The Two Princes Edward and Richard in the Tower, 1483 by John Everett Millais, 1878 - Tower of London)

Edward V and Richard Duke of York Entering the Tower of London-The most heinous of Richard III's crimes is the murder of his young nephews,known as 'the Princes in the Tower'.Their father and Richard's brother,King Edward IV died April 1483 leaving his 12-year-old son as his successor.Richard declared himself protector of the realm until the boy came of age.Just three months later,it was Richard who was crowned king, not his nephew. The two boys seem to have mysteriously disappeared...But…

Edward V and Richard Duke of York Entering the Tower of London-The most heinous of Richard III's crimes is the murder of his young nephews,known as 'the Princes in the Tower'.Their father and Richard's brother,King Edward IV died April 1483 leaving his 12-year-old son as his successor.Richard declared himself protector of the realm until the boy came of age.Just three months later,it was Richard who was crowned king, not his nephew. The two boys seem to have mysteriously disappeared...But…

WHITE ROSE ~~Richard Plantagenet, conventionally called RICHARD OF YORK was a leading English magnate, great-grandson of King Edward III. He inherited great estates, and served in France at the end of the Hundred Years' War, and in England, ultimately governing the country during Henry VI's madness.Richard eventually attempted to claim the throne but was dissuaded, although it was agreed that he would become King on Henry's death.He failed; but HIS SONS, EDWARD IV and Richard III, did.

WHITE ROSE ~~Richard Plantagenet, conventionally called RICHARD OF YORK was a leading English magnate, great-grandson of King Edward III. He inherited great estates, and served in France at the end of the Hundred Years' War, and in England, ultimately governing the country during Henry VI's madness.Richard eventually attempted to claim the throne but was dissuaded, although it was agreed that he would become King on Henry's death.He failed; but HIS SONS, EDWARD IV and Richard III, did.

The stairs in the White Tower at the Tower of London where the bones of two boys were found by workmen in 1697 that have long been suspected to be the sons of King Edward IV and his Queen, Elizabeth Woodville.

The stairs in the White Tower at the Tower of London where the bones of two boys were found by workmen in 1697 that have long been suspected to be the sons of King Edward IV and his Queen, Elizabeth Woodville.

The Bloody Tower, Tower Of London, England    If you gloss over the gruesome parts (namely the execution of Anne Boleyn in 1536, and the sinister disappearance of the princes in the tower in 1483), the Tower of London is perfect for kids. They'll love the yeoman warders, the legendary ravens, and the crown jewels. It's expensive, but worth it.

The Bloody Tower, Tower Of London, England If you gloss over the gruesome parts (namely the execution of Anne Boleyn in 1536, and the sinister disappearance of the princes in the tower in 1483), the Tower of London is perfect for kids. They'll love the yeoman warders, the legendary ravens, and the crown jewels. It's expensive, but worth it.

John Sheffield, 1st Duke of Buckingham and Normanby, KG, PC (7 April 1648 – 24 February 1721), was an English poet and notable Tory politician of the late Stuart period, who served as Lord Privy Seal and Lord President of the Council. In 1682 he was dismissed from the court, apparently for putting himself forward as a suitor for the Princess Anne, but on the accession of King James II, he received a seat in the Privy Council, and was made Lord Chamberlain.

John Sheffield, 1st Duke of Buckingham and Normanby, KG, PC (7 April 1648 – 24 February 1721), was an English poet and notable Tory politician of the late Stuart period, who served as Lord Privy Seal and Lord President of the Council. In 1682 he was dismissed from the court, apparently for putting himself forward as a suitor for the Princess Anne, but on the accession of King James II, he received a seat in the Privy Council, and was made Lord Chamberlain.

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