June 17, 2021


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Britain's Bloodiest Dynasty: Betrayal – Part 1 of 4 (The Real Game Of Thrones) | Timeline

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  1. Ultimately, however, Richard would absolutely outshine his father in battle upon becoming King. He would be forever immortalised as Richard the Lionheart: a warrior king who would risk his life and his kingdom for his faith. He would go on to lead the Third Crusade and go toe to toe with Saladin himself. Richard was violent and ambitious, yes. However in the West, he has been seen as a hero and a symbol of hope. He even has played a role the tales of Robin Hood.

  2. I went to England in 2017. After visiting the Tower the very first thing i did was rent a car and drive to Canterbury to see where Becket was murdered. Thrill of a lifetime, and I was 73 at the time.

    I recommend that you try driving on the wrong side of the road for the first time when you are, maybe, 40 years younger.

  3. So let me get this straight about Louis, Eleanore and Henry….
    Eleanore left Louis for her own reason, idk what it is, Henry and Eleanore are blessed with sons, this obviously is a very good thing for Henry, but Henry did violate the trust he had with Eleanore by going behind her back and profiting from her land without her permission. I mean it's her land, he has to talk to her about it, they were a married couple, rulers or not rulers, they do have to talk about things like that, while Louis is jealous because he wasn't blessed with sons….plus Louis isn't a warrior king like Henry is…and then there is plot to overthrow Henry who has become unfit because of his actions..his wife, his youngest son, his brother in law(I think), Richard, all of them team up, even Eleanore teams up with Louis to make young Henry the King…*sighs*…why does this seem like a marriage gone wrong with a bad affair right after that leads straight to disaster?

    I mean somehow Eleanore knew it was a mistake to marry Henry lol. She should've just stayed with Louis, at least he didn't profit from her lands without some sort of agreement.

  4. I don't understand. Did the French rule over the English or the English rule over the French? Why then did the 100 years war start in France? And it was followed by the Wars of the Roses in England?

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