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Editor says, what if the Princes in the Tower had survived? muses Robbie Taylor. Please note that the opinions expressed in this post do not necessarily reflect the views of the author(s). This article is part of the Politicians thread. Alternate Historian and 1 other(s) like this article.
In 1485,the destruction of King Richard III at Bosworth Field leaves Henry Tudor with the largest army in England.
Young Prince Edward found alive in the TowerWhen he reaches London to take the crown for himself, he finds that his distant cousins, Edward and Richard (alive), are in fact still alive in the Tower of London. Since their "deaths" had been a rationale behind his own invasion, he would have had them killed, but his soldiers spread the news too quickly; he was forced to crown Edward instead of himself, and pledged his allegiance to the young king. Recommendation: visit Robbie Taylor's Amazon Author Page.