By A L Rowse

The conflict of Bosworth, fought on twenty second August 1485 delivered to an finish the Wars of the Roses, that had raged among the noble homes of York and Lancaster for almost a hundred years. A.L. Rowse recreates the dynastic clash, the battles and surprising dying and the transition from Medieval to Tudor England.

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