TAC in the 1980s

TAC in the 1980s

The Novotny Papers

The Novotny Papers

The Brandon Men

In the Shadow of Kings

Publication Date15th June 2021

Book FormatHardback

pages288

Illustrations30

Height234

Width156

The first book to explore the lives and political impact of the Brandon men from King Henry VI to King Edward VI.
RRP: £20.00 Online Price £18.00
Availability: In stock
ISBN
9781445686271

Four generations of Brandon men lived and served six English kings, the most famous being Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, best friend and brother-in-law to King Henry VIII. Yet his family had a long history tied closely to the kings of the Wars of the Roses back to Henry VI. Charles Brandon’s father, Sir William Brandon, supported Henry Tudor’s claim on the throne and became his standard bearer, dying at the Battle of Bosworth. Charles’s uncle, Sir Thomas Brandon, was Henry VII’s Master of the Horse, one of the three highest positions within the court. Charles’s grandfather had ties with Henry VI, Edward IV and Richard III. These men held important offices, made great sacrifices, walked the fine line between being loyal courtiers and traitors, and even gave their lives, all in the name of loyalty to the king they served.


No more shall the Brandon name be an obscure reference in archives. It is time for them to emerge from the shadows of history.

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