King Henry VI

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King Henry VI. After the battle of St Albans, in which his favourite the Duke of Somerset was killed, the king walked disgustedly off the field and into a nearby house. There the rebel Duke of York found him and falling on his knees said: "Rejoice, sire, for the traitor Somerset is slain" The king cried out in anguish: "For God's sake stop this slaughter of my subjects!" Original artwork for illustration on p14 of Look and Learn issue no 994 (28 March 1981).

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