Battle of Bosworth
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The Battle of Bosworth
Henry Tudor successfully takes back the throne.
Henry Tudor was sent to France for safety reasons, Henry is here for many years and learns about being a good leader.
Henry decided to try take back the Throne, he landed at Milford Haven in Wales with 2,000 French Troops.
As Henry went through settlements to reach the battleground, supporters would join him making him get 5,000 Troops.
They reach the battleground at Bosworth Field but Richard III came with double the numbers than Henry.
However one of Richard's Commander, Standley was thinking on changing sides, he had about 6,000 troops.
Stanley joined Henry. Henry now had a large advantage, Richard was furious of this and charged deep into Henry's Lines but got stuck and he got killed on the spot.
BATTLE OF BOSWORTH
The Battle took place on the 22nd of August 1485.
Henry Tudor won the Battle, House of Lancaster becomes the ruling house and Henry takes the throne as Henry the VII.
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