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From 1455-1487, the Wars of the Roses tore England apart. Subject to the rule of a weak monarch, son of one of England’s greatest kings, Henry V, bit by bit, the kingdom overseas disappeared while the discontent within grew into civil war. Why did the Duke of York rebel against his cousin the king? How did England survive five kings and two usurpations in thirty-two years and the deaths of over 100,000 of its people? This is not only their story, but the story of England - of us.
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Chris Bradbury was born in 1962. He attended schools in Bracknell, Windsor, Mauritius and Bloxham and, despite all these, failed to learn a thing. He spent his formative years in a cocoon and failed to see the time go by. When he woke up he realised that it was too late. He has been a shop worker, a hospital porter, worked in medical records, in the CSSD department, as an estate agent, as a nurse, as a delivery driver and a bus driver. He is married to a lady and has some lady children. He loves them. He has always wanted to write or act or do something that brings him praise and attention. Sadly, he has always been average. He has recently passed a PTLLS course and is now doing a CertEd.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 286 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.65 inches. This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # zk1492988677