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No battles were actually fought until 1455. The War of Roses was a series of civil wars by the white rose of York and the red rose of Lancaster, giving the name of the historic war. They fought for the reign of England to rule the land once ruled by Edward III. After Edward III died, his living sons were struggling to see who gets the throne next. Edward III had four sons, Edward the Black Prince, Lionel of Antwerp, John of Gaunt, and Edmund of Langley.
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Anne was executed, and two weeks later the king married Jane Seymour. In 1537 Queen Jane died after giving birth to a son, Edward. Elizabeth and Mary participated in his christening ceremony. As Edward grew older, he and Elizabeth became close; although they lived in separate households, they wrote to each other often. When Elizabeth was four, Katherine Champernowne became her governess.
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