Fling The Throne- Edward V, Richard III or Henry VII

May 6th, 2015
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Edward V was the great-great-great-grandson of Edward III and the son of Edward IV, the previous king, therefore making him have a strong claim to the throne. When his father died he was only 12 years old and so people weren’t sure if he was ready to be king, or if he needed someone to watch over him.

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FlingWho Had The Strongest Claim To The Throne- Edward V, Richard III or Henry VII?Edward V was the great-great-great-grandson of Edward III and the son of Edward IV, the previous king, therefore making him have a strong claim to the throne. When his father died he was only 12 years old and so people werent sure if he was ready to be king, or if he needed someone to watch over him. His uncle Richard Duke of Gloucester- later known as Richard III- was made protector and guardian of Edward which meant he partly controlled what Edward did. He wasnt on the throne for very long and so d

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