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Plantagenet Of York

RICHARD III - GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY?

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The historical controversy surrounding the life and reign of King Richard III evokes strong opinions, even after over 500 have elapsed since his death at Bosworth and shows no signs of abating. Was he guilty of the murder of the Princes in the Tower? or was Henry VII or the Duke of Buckingham the murderer? Should you wish to enter the debate, either pro or against Richard or present points of evidence to support either case, or simply enter into the discussion, e-mail us at English monarchs to air your own views on the new page we plan to post on over the coming weeks.