The Women of the Wars of the Roses: Elizabeth Woodville,

The Women of the Wars of the Roses: Elizabeth Woodville, Margaret Beaufort and Elizabeth of York Epub Ê The Women PDF \ of the PDF ↠ of the Wars of PDF or Women of the Wars of Epub / Women of the eBook ✓ The Tudor dynasty traditionally starts with Henry VII s victory at the Battle of Bosworth Field in In reality, however, the story of England s most popular dynasty start. The Tudor dynasty traditionally starts with Henry VII s victory at the Battle of Bosworth Field inIn reality, however, the story of England s most popular dynasty starts much earlier and it starts with three courageous women who shaped their own destiny The Tudor dynasty traces its origin to Elizabeth Woodville, Margaret Beaufort and Elizabeth of York women who waged through blood and loss in order to finally emerge as the ultimate female survivors of the Wars of the RosesTheir posthumous images, however, couldn t be different, and their lives are still shrouded in mystery Elizabeth Woodville, the first commoner to marry a King of England, is chiefly remembered as a greedy queen who elevated her huge family, causing a stir in the realm Margaret Beaufort, mother of the victorious Henry Tudor, is immortalised in history as an overly ambitious, scheming woman who ran her son s court, pushing his wife aside Elizabeth of York, the eldest daughter of Elizabeth Woodville and Edward IV, is perceived as a queen subjected to her mother in law and trapped in a loveless marriage to a man who ousted the last Yorkist King It is time to dispel some of the most enduring myths about these extraordinary women who ultimately shaped the early Tudor dynasty Why were Elizabeth Woodville and her mother accused of witchcraft Was Margaret Beaufort a mother in law from hell Did Elizabeth of York have an incestuous relationship with her uncle, Richard III These are only a few of the controversial questions discussed in this book Within these pages, you will learn much about the three women who emerged victorious from the Wars of the Roses, who tried to rebuild their lives while adjusting to the new, post war Tudor era, and who founded a dynasty that would reign for than a century