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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #51555: War of the Roses
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    War of the Roses

    War of the Roses  

    The War of the Roses was  a period of English civil war between the Houses of Lancaster and York.  

    This war began with the death of Edward the Third (Plantagenet) and ended when Henry the Seventh (Tudor) became  king. 

    Six kings reigned over England during this period.


    Find their identity,using the portraits to help you.

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    1.  The red rose represents the House of
    2.  He was the winner of the Battle of Azincourt in 1415
    3.  He was imprisoned in the Tower of London with his brother in 1483
    4.  He signed the Treaty of Picquigny in 1475 with Louis XI king of France
    5.  He was the son of John of Gaunt and Blanche of Lancaster
    6.  Like his grandfather Charles VI of France,he became mentally unstable
    7.  A horse,a horse,my kingdom for a horse!
    8.  The white rose represents the House of

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