Henry VI is the youngest monarch ever to have ascended the English throne and the only English king to have been acknowledged by the French as rightfully King of France. This study examines the entire span of the king's reign, from the death of Henry V in 1422, to his dethronement in 1461, preceding his murder ten years later.
|Publication date:||16th December 2004|
|Author:||Ralph A. Griffiths|
|Publisher:||Sutton Publishing Ltd an imprint of The History Press Ltd|
|Categories:||Genealogy, heraldry, names & honours, Early history: c 500 to c 1450/1500,|
R.A.Griffiths is Professor of Medieval History at the University of Wales, Swansea. He is an established authority on the later medieval period, and is also the author of 'The Making of the Tudor Dynasty' (Sutton, pb, March 2005)More About Ralph A. Griffiths