‘Gloucester Was Determined to Steal the Throne from the Moment His Brother Died.’ Do You Agree

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When Edward VI died in 1483, there was debate as to who was most suited to take up his position on the throne. It has been argued that Richard, Duke of Gloucester had himself set on usurping the throne from the rightful heir Edward V, as soon as his brother died.

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Gloucester Was Determined to Steal the Throne from the Moment His Brother Died. Do You AgreeWhen Edward VI died in 1483, there was debate as to who was most suited to take up his position on the throne. It has been argued that Richard, Duke of Gloucester had himself set on usurping the throne from the rightful heir Edward V, as soon as his brother died. Others argue that it was never the case that his immediate wishes were to seize the throne; actions after his brothers death led him to this decision. There is evidence for and against to support the principal statement.It is sug

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