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Discover the remarkable life of King Richard III in just an hour....

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Richard III has gone down in history as one of the most hated and vilified British monarchs of all time. His two-year-long reign as king of England ended in 1485 when he was defeated at the Battle of Bosworth by Henry Tudor, making him the last English king to die on the battlefield. Despite the brevity of his reign, Richard III managed to earn an enduring - albeit unflattering - reputation which lives on to this day. William Shakespeare painted him as a ruthless, hunch-backed usurper, who killed not only his brother but also his two young nephews to get his hands on the crown. Amazingly, Shakespeare’s claims are not completely unfounded.

This audiobook attempts to separate fact from fiction to present the true life story of one of Britain’s most controversial kings: Richard III.

Discover a plethora of topics such as:

  • Richard of York and the Wars of the Roses
  • Early life as a knight
  • Lord of the North
  • Richard’s rise to power
  • Buckingham’s Rebellion
  • Death at the Battle of Bosworth
  • And much more!

So, if you want a straightforward resource on King Richard III, listen to this audiobook!

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