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After Richard III, can we find Genghis Khan?
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Richard III burial: Thousands queue for four hours to glimpse fallen king's coffin
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. This book is deliberately short and necessarily misses out large amounts of detail but offers an overview of this fascinating topic. His story has been passed into the common consciousness as one of an evil uncle ruthlessly seizing power from and killing his own nephews. Yet he is also the only monarch to have a current and active fan club seeking to rehabilitate his reputation. The discovery of the bones of King Richard III in Leicester have re-ignited interest on a global scale and presents a fresh opportunity to examine the reputation King Richard languishes in and to try to determine whether or not he deserves it.
This book aims to provide a brief overview of the events of Richard's life, his reputation, the upheavals of , his brief reign and his death.
It also examines his reputation from inception to accepted truth and offers a glimpse of the man behind the caricature. Get A Copy. Kindle Edition , 72 pages. More Details Other Editions 2. Friend Reviews.
The Defence of King Richard III Part 4 – Bosworth, Shakespeare & That Horse – Royal Central
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Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Oct 04, Phil Syphe rated it really liked it. Turns out it works pretty well. The author summarises events about King Richard III and his times by focusing on the most important points. A decent little read about a massive topic.