UNLIMITED AUDIOBOOK ✓ Jasper Tudor: The Man Who Made the Tudor Dynasty - by Terry Breverton #2020


  • Title: Jasper Tudor: The Man Who Made the Tudor Dynasty
  • Author: Terry Breverton
  • ISBN: 9781445633916
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Jasper Tudor: The Man Who Made the Tudor Dynasty By Terry Breverton The Wars of the Roses were a bitter and bloody dispute between the rival Plantagenet Houses of York and Lancaster Only one man, Jasper Tudor, the Lancastrian half brother to Henry VI, fought from the first battle at St Albans in 1455 to the last at Stoke Field in 1487 and lived to forge a new dynasty the Tudors Fighting the Yorkists, rallying the Lancastrians and spendinThe Wars of the Roses were a bitter and bloody dispute between the rival Plantagenet Houses of York and Lancaster Only one man, Jasper Tudor, the Lancastrian half brother to Henry VI, fought from the first battle at St Albans in 1455 to the last at Stoke Field in 1487 and lived to forge a new dynasty the Tudors Fighting the Yorkists, rallying the Lancastrians and spending years in exile with his nephew, the future first Tudor monarch, Henry VII, Jasper was the mainspring for continued Lancastrian defiance Jasper was twenty four years old in his first battle, and fifty three when he won at Bosworth Field in 1485 Now he could style himself the high and mighty prince, Jasper, brother and uncle of kings, duke of Bedford and earl of Pembroke Without the heroic Jasper Tudor there could have been no Tudor dynasty This is the first biography of the real kingmaker of British history.
    Terry Breverton
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    Commentaires:

    Carolina Casas
    Terry Breverton remarks the importance Jasper played on Henry s ascension as well as the Welsh Starting with the Tudors Welsh roots to their misquoted surname, to the death of the Duke and Earl and thr impact he and his nephew have had on history, this is a brilliant expose on a very neglected figure Jasper was a pragmatist, an excellent military tactitian and political player whise expertise he passed them on to Henry when the both of them went on to exile He spent most of his adult life defend [...]

    Carina
    So, let s talk about this book Or rather, the first 43 pages of it because that was as far as I got In that time, I found almost 20 errors and contradictions The first one I passed off as a typo Richard II was thirty three, not twenty two when deposed When Breverton kept making suppositions in an attempt to make the history readable , I started to get irritated By page 43 I was shouting at the book and groaning, especially when stating that Katherine Valois absence at her husband s coronation w [...]

    Serena
    This is so poorly written I read the whole thing because I was interested in the topic, but, oh, it was a chore Things it did not have maps, an index, or a list of people and when dealing with unfamiliar Welsh names it would really help Things it did have people that would be introduced then disappear, timelines that circled back on themselves, incoherent descriptions of battles, an blatantly anti York bias, and run on sentences like you wouldn t believe.The wost thing is that after 311 pages, I [...]

    Kathryn Gibson
    Highly recommended.

    Temashana
    Whilst it had some interesting information I was not aware of, it was difficult to know how accurate it was The reason for this is there were so many mistakes, inaccuracies and just plain wrong statements throughout the whole book I m tempted to send my version with the corrections back to the publishers for a refund On page 36 he writes that Hugh Despenser was the queen s lover which is wrong The Queen he is referring to is Isabella of France, and her lover was named Roger Mortimer Despenser wa [...]

    Carole P. Roman
    Comprehensive and detailed biography of Jasper Tudor, the uncle of Henry VII and brother in law to Margaret Beaufort Jasper Tudor was the unsung hero of Henry s battle to take the throne The importance of Jasper s tutelage of his nephew has only recently been fully appreciated by historians While Henry s mother,Margaret Beaufort, was an indispensable agent of his interests in England, Jasper was his political mentor in the years spent in exile Breverton discusses both Edmund and Jasper s Welsh b [...]

    Liam
    This book is littered with typos and mistaken facts The author would have been better served to spend time on solid fact checking than trying to cram information in Really, he does make some good points, points which much of the information is unnecessary to make I would not recommend this book, but if you must find out for yourself, it s likely better if you have the sort of background that allows you to identify mistakes easily.

    Helene Harrison
    Review Often Jasper Tudor is a supporting character in biographies of Henry VII uncle of or Margaret Beaufort brother in law of , he hasn t really been written about as his own person before, so this was quite an interesting read for me The particularly interesting point for me was Jasper s role in Henry VII s time abroad in the run up to the Battle of Bosworth Field, and his role in Henry VII s upbringing.General Subject s Tudors Wars of the Roses Biography HistoryRecommend YesRating 16 20

    Leonora
    Really dislike non fiction books without end or footnotes and this is one of those.

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