The Second Battle of St Albans 17th February 1461

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  • The Second Battle of St Albans
    • Took place on the 17th February 1461
    • Margaret had an army of more than 20,000 men
    • Warwick set out from London with a smaller army.
    • Margaret's army attacked Warwick's armu
    • 4000 men lay dead
    • This left a huge gap in the Yorkist line.
    • Henry VI was released from captivity and reunited with his wife.
    • Warwick fled to the Welsh border

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