Heinrich, who was very lucky

Heinrich, who was very lucky because of the battle, the king, the king, the challenger, the favor, the supporters, after, only the side, more, promised, near, the dynasties, the Crown, waited, instead of, help, troops,

They put the crown on his head right on the battlefield, after they found the previous king killed, took the royal insignia from him and declared the victor challenger ruler. In fairness it must be said that from the point of view of dynastic bindings and layouts, until victory in this battle he did not shine in terms of the crown, because well, he didn’t belong to the ruling house and was only a distant and side relative of one of the rival dynasty branches. . But it so happened that there was no closer candidate for the crown from the opponents of the ruling house.
He managed to gather an army from his neighbors and landed on a remote peninsula in his native kingdom. There he could find supporters, since his clan was from those lands. The idea was successful, supporters actually found it and it became possible to even try to fight with the royal army.
The fight was also worth it because there were many barons near the king who were ready to fish in troubled waters. One of them brought quite decent forces to the battlefield along with the king.That's just for whom he led them, and will remain unknown until the very last moment.
The brutal game of thrones will lead the two armies to the August field next to one small town. There they will decide to find out who owes what. At first it seemed that everything should be in favor of the king. He correctly decided that if he hits the place where his competitor is and gets him, then all problems will be solved. And he almost got his way.
But that very strong baron, who stood aside and did not let his troops intervene in the battle on either side, at that moment made a decision. And it was not in favor of the current king. The soldiers of the Baron entered the flank of the royal detachments. They were waiting for help from them, but instead received a blow in the gut.
The king, as a talented writer later said, promised half the kingdom for a horse. In the case that he promised - is unknown. They say - fought to the end, as befits a real knight. Indeed, in that war, which lasted for more than 20 years, it was decided not to take prisoners and send all the noble knights who came to the world of others quickly and without sentiment, no matter they were barons, dukes, princes or even kings.
It was in England on August 22, 1485. The king's name was Richard III York, the challenger who became the king of the new dynasty that day was Henry VII Tudor. Shortly after the battle, he reasonably marries Richard York's niece Elizabeth to reconcile both warring parties and because Elizabeth, according to the English rules and customs, had much more to the throne than the newly appeared king. The War of Scarlet and White Rose is over.

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