The queen at war: The role of Margaret of Anjou in the Wars of the Roses
AffiliationChester College of Higher Education
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AbstractThis chatper discusses the role of Margaret of Anjou during the War of the Roses. It examines what political position the queen held and what real power she was able to exercise.
CitationIn D. Dunn (Ed.), War and society in medieval and early modern Britain (pp. 141-161). Liverpool: University of Liverpool Press, 2000
PublisherUniversity of Liverpool Press
DescriptionThis book is not available through ChesterRep.
CollectionsHistory and Archaeology
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