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  2. The Princes in the Tower What happened to Edward and his younger brother Richard? The disappearance of two princes, Edward and Richard, in 1483 is one of the most intriguing ‘murders’ of the Tower of London . The mysterious episode unfolded with sinister speed over a single summer, yet is still being debated by historians centuries later.

  3. The skeletons aroused much interest and debate as they were believed by many historians to be the bones of the two princes who were reputedly murdered in the Tower of London in the 15th century. The princes were Edward V and his brother Richard Duke of York, the sons of Edward IV and his Queen, Elizabeth Woodville. Their uncle, Richard of Gloucester, later Richard III, came after them in the succession.

  4. May 12, 2005 · Princes in the Tower: Directed by Justin Hardy. With Mark Umbers, John Castle, Roger Hammond, Sally Edwards. Sixteen years after the presumed deaths of the two boy princes held captive in the Tower, Perkin Warbeck makes his claim to the throne as the rightful King Richard. Did the younger brother survive? Is he an impostor?

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  5. The Princes in the Tower – A Medieval Mystery WebQuest In 1483, young Edward V should have been crowned King of England, but his uncle usurped the throne. Edward and his younger brother were sent to the Tower of London and soon disappeared. Their fate has been a mystery ever since.

  6. Theory 1: Richard III Murdered the Princes. For hundreds of years, it has been popularly held that the ‘Princes in the Tower’ were murdered on the orders of their uncle, Richard, Duke of Gloucester (1452-1485). On the death of Edward IV (1442-1483), King of England, in April 1483, his brother Richard became Lord Protector of the realm.

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