War of Roses

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Bastard Feudalism and dynastic legitimacy have been seen as the fundamental cause(s) - the government of England being paralysed by the overgrown power of the insubordinate nobility or “overmighty subjects” Development of Bastard Feudalism stemming from the reign of Edward III, resulted in the collapse of central control according to some historians

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War of RosesTHE WARS OF THE ROSES - THE CAUSES OF THE WARSCauses1. Dynastic - a fight for titles2. Economic and financial - a crisis in the nobility3. Defeat in the 100 Years War4. Long term - a shift in the balance of power causing lawlessness and disorder 5. Short term - the personal failings of Henry VI(1-3 are largely dismissed by Historians in the twentieth century but may still have a part to play)|Long Term |Short Term |Immediate | |Rooted in the development and |Based on recent events |A Trigger for Civil War | |structure of English society | | | |Made events possible |Made events likely |Made events unavoidable | |Due to Impact of Bastard |Due to economic and financial |Due to clash of personalities | |Feudalism |pressures on English landholders | | |Derived from changes in the |Derived from the Hundred years |Characters - Henry VI, | |balance of power between the |war |Queen Margaret of Anjou | |king and his lords | |And principal subjects. |Long Term Causes of the First Wars(Socio-political Causes)Bastard Feudalism and dynastic legitimacy have been seen as the fundamental cause(s) - the government of England being paralysed by the overgrown power of the insubordinate nobility or overmighty subjects Development of Bastard Feudalism stemming from the reign of Edward III, resulted in the collapse of central control according to some historians (Storey 1966). Outbreak of civil war in 1459 and the Lancastrian regime was derived from a deep-rooted

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