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From the death of one Henry to the triumph of another at Bosworth, England endured decades of intermittent conflict

The Wars of the Roses

31 AUGUST 1422

Henry V dies and his succeeded by the infant Henry VI. England is ruled by a regency council until he comes of age. In 1445, he marries Margaret of Anjou, niece of Charles VII of France. By 1453, England has lost all its French territory, except Calais, in the Hundred Years War.

The ten-year-old Henry VI is crowned King of France in 1431

8 JULY 1450

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