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THE MANY WARS OF THE ROSES

ST ALBANS

22 MAY 1455

t Albans saw Richard of York lead a force of over 3,000 soldiers on a direct course for London to take down Henry VI. Henry rode out to meet the Yorkist army and took up a defensive position at St Albans. Richard attacked the city with a

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