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Friday, 2 April 2010

'In deadly hate?' Richard III and the War of the Roses | The National Archives

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In deadly hate?' Richard III and the War of the Roses

The conflict for the crown in the 15th century has created many of English history's most vivid characters and thanks to Shakespeare, we have one of our greatest villains in the shape of Richard III. This talk looks at the key sources for this period of civil war, and investigates whether Richard III really did resemble Shakespeare's destructive monster.

Author: James Ross and Sean Cunningham
Duration: 59:16

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