Key individuals

Henry v   (16 September 1386 – 31 August 1422)

- extremely sucessful (ideal king)

- Beat French (battle of agincourt 1415)

- Conquered Northern France

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Henry V (16 September 1386 – 31 August 1422)

- Extremely successful (ideal king)

- Beat French (battle of Agincourt 1415)

- Conquered Northern France

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Henry VI (1421 - 1471)

- Lost the 100 year's war

- Married Margaret of Anjou in 1455

- Suffered memtal illness in 1453

- Captured at the battle of Northhampton 1460

- Lost throne to Edward IV 1461 

- Regained the throne 1470-71

- Was later murdered on May 21 1471

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Edward IV (1442 - 1483)

- Ascended to the throne in 1461

- Fought alongside his father at the battle at Ludford

Edward fled to Calais with the earl of Warwick and the earl of Salisbury

 Edward defeated the Lancastrians at Mortimor's Cross

- Married Elizabeth Woodville 1464

- Fled to Holland in September 1470

defeated the Lancastrian forces at the battle of Tewkesbury 1471

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Edward V (1470 - 1483)

- Was 12 years old when his father died in 1483 leaving him next in line for the throne

 On his way to London, Edward was intercepted and detained by Richard III

- Confined at the Tower of London where his brother, Richard joined him, in mid-June

- Young king was declared illegitimate by Parliament

Both boys were murdered sometime later 

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