MARY TUDOR: England's First Queen
She was born a princess, the daughter of Henry VIII, but in the wake of Henry's break with Rome Mary was declared a heretic and a bastard. Refusing to accept her new status, she faced imprisonment and even death. Against the odds, Mary successfully reclaimed her rightful place in the Tudor Line and reigned through one of England's stormiest eras. Color photos.
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