Few English monarchs have such a poor reputation as Henry VI. Yet he was held in high regard by the Tudors, says Michael Hicks, despite losing the Wars of the Roses.
A key player in the War of the Roses died on December 30th, 1460.
The reader who takes up this massive volume might think at first that Dr Griffiths had simply collected every political event from the...
The boy-king Henry VI was crowned King in England and in France. But the symbols of regal majesty at his Coronations, argue Dorothy Styles & C.T. Allmand, could not disguise the fragility of the union.