The House of Beaufort : The Bastard Line that Captured the Crown
by Nathen Amin
Editor: Amberley Publishing
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The Roses Wars saw the family struggle family on the highest price – the throne of EnglandBut what gave the final winner of these brutal and complex wars, Henri Tudor, the right to claim the crownHow exactly does the illegitimate line call into question the English monarchyWhile the York and Lancaster Houses brutally beaten from the crown, other noble families of the kingdom also played a vital role in the wars; big and prestigious names like Howards, Mowbrays, Neville and Percys were intimately involved in the conflict, but no sign of the volatile nature of the period quite like the Beaufort Sea HouseTheir rise to power in the autumn, and rise again, is the history of England during the fifteenth century, a dramatic century of wars, intrigue and scandal, both at home and abroadThis book reveals the place of the stock bastard Beaufort of John de Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, dear companions of their cousin Henry V, celebrated victor of Azincourt, and the follow-up of their fall punishment with the House of Lancaster during the 1460s and the 1470sThe hopes and fortunes of the family gradually came to rest on the shoulders of a young widow named Margaret Beaufort and her young son, Henry.From Margaret would take place at the House of Tudor, the most famous of all royal England’s houses and a dynasty who owed his crown for the blood of his ancestors, the House of the Beaufort SeaOf bastards, princes, Beaufort are the most fascinating medieval England family
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