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The Plantagenets: The Warrior Kings and Queens Who Made England

The Plantagenets: The Warrior Kings and Queens Who Made England

The Plantagenets : the warrior kings and queens who made England by Dan Jones, "The New York Times bestseller that tells the story of Britain's greatest and worst dynasty real-life Game of Thrones " ( The Wall Street Journal )

If you are even slightly interested in the Kings and Queens of England, you must read this.  Of the countless books that I have read, this is the most startling and eye opening look at the way history is developed and reported that I have seen.

If you are even slightly interested in the Kings and Queens of England, you must read this. Of the countless books that I have read, this is the most startling and eye opening look at the way history is developed and reported that I have seen. -- to-read

Anne Boleyn : Henry VIII's Obsession by Elizabeth Norton "Doomed queen of Henry VIII, mother to Elizabeth I, the epic story of Anne Boleyn from an exceptional new writer. Anne Boleyn was the most controversial and scandalous woman ever to sit on the throne of England. From her early days at the imposing Hever Castle in Kent, to the glittering courts of Paris and London, Anne caused a stir wherever she went. Alluring but not "

Anne Boleyn : Henry VIII's Obsession by Elizabeth Norton "Doomed queen of Henry…

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Pss Alexandra

Child of King Christian IX of Denmark & Princess Louise of Hesse-Kassel & wife King Edward VII (Albert Edward Prince of Wales) Queen Alexandra Caroline "Alix" of of Denmark future Queen of England.

The cute and tragic prince John of England aka “The lost Prince”-youngest child of Britain's King George V and Queen Mary – who died at the age of 13 in 1919.

The cute and tragic prince John of England aka “The lost Prince”-youngest child of Britain's King George V and Queen Mary – who died at the age of 13 in

The Armills And The Coronation Ring - The bracelets, or Armills, a sign of rank, were first mentioned in the Anselm Ordo around 1100...made of pure gold, lined with red velvet, & are unadorned except for two narrow engraved bands & a Tudor rose marking the clasp. The Coronation Ring or 'wedding ring of England', as it is known, signifying the bond that unites the Soverign & people, is placed on the fourth finger of the right hand in acknowledgement that the Soverign is 'wedded' to the State.

Newly crowned Queen Elizabeth II on the balcony of Buckingham Palace shortly after her coronation

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