The House of Tudor

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Stein and Day, 1976 - Great Britain - 224 pages
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The House of Tudor produced a scant five sovereigns, who ruled England for little more than a century, yet no other dynasty has so impressed its personality on the English-speaking peoples of the world. This book examines the romantic origins of this astonishing family and tells the personal stories of the five monarchs who ruled under its banner, and also something of the less known branches of the tree.

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User Review  - Charli - Goodreads

A great overview of the Tudor monarchs and the main political players of the time - a fantastic bridge into the subject for anyone that is interested in history. However, when covering such a large ... Read full review

Review: The House of Tudor

User Review  - Charli - Goodreads

A great overview of the Tudor monarchs and the main political players of the time - a fantastic bridge into the subject for anyone that is interested in history. However, when covering such a large ... Read full review

Contents

A Bull of Anglesey
7
The Rose of England
21
The Renaissance Prince
55
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