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The Wars of the Roses

The new royal house after the Wars of the Roses was the House of…?

Question 1 of 8

The Wars of the Roses began in which year?

Question 2 of 8

Which King was killed at the end of the Wars of the Roses?

Question 3 of 8

The Wars of the Roses ended with which battle?

Question 4 of 8

Who became king immediately the Wars of the Roses ended?

Question 5 of 8

As a sign that the competing Houses in the Wars of the Roses were now united, the symbol of the new royal house was what?

Question 6 of 8

What year did the Wars of the Roses end?

Question 7 of 8

The Wars of the Roses were between supporters of which two noble families?

Question 8 of 8


 

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