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Learn more about Amazon Prime. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Audible Download Audiobooks. DPReview Digital Photography. The same day, Edward IV enters London at the head of an army — picture-perfect example of kingship and Edward is welcomed with universal acclaim throughout the city. Edward then goes to Westminster Abbey to see his wife, who has given birth to a son while in sanctuary.
Edward has learned the lessons of kingship the hard way — forgiveness has its limits, and the only way to keep the throne sometimes is to deploy the ultimate sanction — he heads north to hunt Warwick down. April 14 Warwick and Edward go into battle one last time at Barnet. Only Edward or Warwick can leave the field alive. Edward has men and Warwick There will be no more forgiveness, and Henry VI is killed in the Tower of London 21 May — the official cause of death is displeasure and melancholy — reportedly his corpse was found with congealed blood in his hair.
Edward had him killed without a doubt — in the end there was only one way that Edward would earn his crown, in blood. I have an interest in the Tudors and the Wars of the Roses along with my love of reading and literature. View all posts by Helene Harrison.
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