History of War

TIMELINE OF... WARS OF THE ROSES

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“THE RESULTING CLASH AT TOWTON IS PROBABLY THE LARGEST AND BLOODIEST BATTLE FOUGHT ON BRITISH SOIL”

22 May 1455

FIRST BATTLE OF ST ALBANS

The wars officially begin when a force led by Richard, Duke of York is intercepted at St Albans by a Lancastrian army including Henry VI and

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