THE MYTHOLOGY OF THE 'PRINCES IN THE TOWER'
When did the term "Princes in the Tower" come into usage, who invented it, and to whom did it refer? To the general public the term is synonymous with the supposedly murdered boy King Edward V and his younger brother Richard. But were those boys genuinely held against their will in the Tower? 16 pages of color photos.
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