“….Edward III’s great-great-grandsons then fought in the 15th century War of the Roses which put infamous King Richard III on the throne….
“….Henry VII eventually took over from him, backed by his marriage to Mary of York, and produced Henry VIII, who created Protestantism via the 16th-century reformation….”
The above is an extract from this Express article
For Pete’s sake! The INFAMOUS Richard III? And how the heck did Henry VII manage to marry Mary of York???? He certainly kept that one quiet, especially as she died a number of years before he was heaved on to the throne with the help of a hodge-podge of miserable traitors. I didn’t bother reading the whole article…. A load of old codswallop as far as Ricardians are concerned. And as for all the great-great-greats – spare me.