Richard-duke of Gloucester

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Explain why Edward IV’s death opened up such a bitter family feud in the weeks from 9th April to 26th June 1483 (12 marks) Edward IV, king of England, died suddenly and prematurely at Windsor castle – perhaps from a stroke, or peritonitis or even a chill caught while on a fishing trip – in April 1483 aged only 40 years.

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RichardExplain why Edward IVs death opened up such a bitter family feud in the weeks from 9th April to 26th June 1483 (12 marks) Edward IV, king of England, died suddenly and prematurely at Windsor castle perhaps from a stroke, or peritonitis or even a chill caught while on a fishing trip in April 1483 aged only 40 years. He had enjoyed a relatively successful reign, by the standards of the day, restoring peace after the disordered period of Lancastrian rule and providing his subjects with some much needed stability. Edward IV had been a strong king after 1471, able to control t

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