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People & Events in British History
Kings & Queens: A Family Tree
Follow the family tree of the Kings and Queens of England, from 871 to the present day. Created by The National Portrait Gallery, London.
Biographical essay from The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
"War of the Roses."
Article by Neil Jones in , vol. 79, no. 2, May 2011, pp. 80-86.
Who Was Richard III?
From University of Leicester. Includes timeline.
History of King Richard III
Thomas More's History of King Richard III is thought to be one of the main sources for Shakespeare's play. This is a full-text reading edition of More's original text.
Richard III - Family Tree
Image from British Library "Extra! Extra!: Richard III Lyth Buryd at Lecitor." Original caption reads: A tangled line of succession, culminating in (on the lower page, in roundels marked with coats of arms) Edward IV, Richard III, and Henry VII; from the Biblical and genealogical chronicle from Adam and Eve to Edward VI, England (London or Westminster), c. 1511, with additions before 1557, King's MS 395, ff. 32v-33r