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Will to Love TV Movie We Belong Together The Preacher's Son Drama Mystery Romance. Brotherly Love III But that thousand years has seen quite a lot of family drama In , two families started a decades-long wars for control of England.
It starred the Yorks with their white rose sigil, and the Lancasters with their red rose. The characters of A Song of Ice and Fire don't perfectly match up with the historical figures of the Wars of the Roses, of course. Brienne of Tarth is closer to the armored lady Joan of Arc, who lived slightly earlier, and both Cersei and the later Queen Anne Boleyn were accused of sleeping with their brothers.
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But yeah, the Yorks are pretty much the Starks and the Lancasters are spoiler alert the Lannisters. The Yorks and Lancasters were actually related, both branches of the royal family. The trouble started when the mad? King Richard II ascended to the throne Richard's nephews were none too pleased with that, and also Richard II was generally boring and nobody liked him.
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So Richard's cousin Henry IV, a Lancaster, got all the people riled up about how much the "Mad" King Richard sucks, and then deposed him and took over the throne himself. Henry's son Henry succeeded him. Much like Robert Baratheon, Henry V was a popular warrior and party dude, but he died at war, leaving behind an infant son named you guessed it Henry. Lil' Henry VI was a Tommen-like pushover, and he was soon bullied into marrying the hot and scheming Margaret of Anjou.
Margaret was like a terrifying mash-up of Margaery Tyrell and Cersei Lannister. As Henry VI started to lose his mind, becoming an actual Mad King, Margaret would take over ruling the country for him, and mismanage the hell out of the war against France. Margaret also didn't care for her husband's BFF, the serious Richard of York, who came back to court from the North well, from Ireland to be made "Protector of the Realm," which was basically the real life version of the "Hand of the King.
York whined a lot that Margaret was doing a terrible job at running the country, and most people agreed with him.
Instead of a getting a crown, though, his head ended up on a pike when the Queen's men killed him in battle. Richard York's son, Edward, pulled a total Robb Stark and claimed that he was now king. Henry VI was defeated, and Margaret fled the country with their cruel son, also named Edward yeah, everyone in English history basically has one of three names.