British History’s Biggest Fibs with Lucy Worsley | The Wars of the Roses
Lucy Worsley shows how Henry VII and his historians fabricated the scale of the Wars of the Roses conflict, forged Richard III's monstrous persona and even conjured up the image of competing roses. When William Shakespeare got in on the act and added his own spin, Tudor fiction was cemented as historical fact.Tweet
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