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The killer king and the lost boys

The skeletons of two children were found in the Tower – were they the princes?

The millions of people who visit the Tower of London every year get to explore a millennium of English history learn about its many functions (including a zoo), and gaze in awe at the Crown Jewels. But no visit can go without hearing about one of history’s most enduring unsolved mysteries: what happened to the Princes in the Tower? Te young Edward V and his brother vanished while in the care of their uncle, and usurper, Richard III. And the finger has pointed at him since. Dr Lauren Johnson goes through the details to see whether it’s possible to know the truth, from page 54.

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The mystery of the Princes in the Tower has haunted history for centuries. Did Richard III really steal the throne by murdering his nephews? Plus: We uncover the story of Rome’s first lady – Agrippina the Younger, the naval battle of Boston Harbor as well as the top 10 cats that made history.