It is said that in England there was a war of the Scarlet and White Rose, but there was no war between the Roses.

It is said that in England there was a war of the Scarlet and White Rose, but there was no war between the Roses. How can this be explained?

The Scarlet Rose was on the Lancaster coat of arms, the White Rose on the Tudor party coat of arms. There was no rose on the coat of arms of the York party, but the sun. Therefore, at first there was a war between the Scarlet Rose and the Sun, and after the “extermination” of the Scarlet Rose (at Touton, 1471) – between the Sun and the White Rose, which finally won the Battle of Bosworth in 1485. Richard III (the last York) died there; Henry VII (the first Tudor) became king of England.

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