How a Mother's Love Ended the War of the Roses
The War of the Roses was a civil war fought between the House of Lancaster and the House of York for the English throne from 1455 to 1487. During this time, many lives were lost and families were divided. However, one mother's love eventually ended the conflict. Margaret Beaufort, mother of the future King Henry VII, intervened by negotiating a peace treaty between both sides. Her actions showed that even in the darkest of times, love can still prevail. The Treaty of Etaples was signed in 1486, ending the 30-year War of the Roses and bringing about an era of peace in England. Margaret Beaufort's selfless act of love brought an end to one of the longest wars in English history.
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