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Richard divided his army, which outnumbered Henry's, into three groups (or "battles"). One was assigned to the Duke of Norfolk and another to the Earl of Northumberland. Henry kept most of his force together and placed it under the command of the experienced Earl of Oxford. Richard's vanguard, commanded by Norfolk, attacked but struggled against Oxford's men, and some of Norfolk's troops fled the field
In frustration Richard lll charged across the battlefield towards Henry Tudor, dividing him from his men Seeing the king's knights separated from his army, the Stanleys intervened; Sir William led his men to Henry's aid, surrounding and pulling Richard from his horse. Then hacking him to death
My kingdom for a horse!
Lord Stanley took the crown off of Richards head and placed it on to Henry's. Pronouncing him king of England. Ending the war of the Roses
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