Richard Neville

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Noun1.Richard Neville - English statesman; during the War of the Roses he fought first for the house of York and secured the throne for Edward IV and then changed sides to fight for the house of Lancaster and secured the throne for Henry VI (1428-1471)
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Step back in time as history comes to life: explore medieval England and the colourful story of Richard Neville in the Kingmaker or marvel at the antics of Victorian high society as seen through the eyes of Daisy Greville, the Countess of Warwick, in the Royal Weekend Party exhibition.
Richard Neville, head of newspapers for DC Thomson Media, said: "This is a fantastic achievement for The Press and Journal.
This battle saw the killing of Richard Neville AKA 'Warwick The Kingmaker.'.
Skidmore details the turbulent events of Richard's childhood during the Wars of the Roses, including his exile in Flanders and his time under the fosterage of Richard Neville, building a picture of a youth shaped by rapid changes of fortune amid ruthless politics.
1428: Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick, so-called Kingmaker who was the power behind the throne during the Wars Of The Roses, was born.
Along with dad Richard Neville, Katie and Claire began to research charities that would take hair donations and discovered that the Little Princess Trust was the perfect match.
In the 15th century, the castle was owned by the 16th Earl of Warwick, Richard Neville, known as the Kingmaker for his role in the War of the Roses.
State Library of NSW Mitchell Librarian, Richard Neville, said on behalf of the judging panel that Black Rock White City "delivers a powerful and raw account of the migrant experience in Australia, exploring the damages of war, and the possibility of redemptive love, in the context of debilitating emotional and physical dislocation."
The Horrible Histories Wicked Warwick live show chronicles the rise and fall of the castle's previous residents, which takes us on a whistle-stop tour through our own heritage from the days of William the Conqueror, who built the iconic structure in 1068, to the dark days of the kingmaker Richard Neville and right up to modern day when it was sold to the Tussauds Group for a cool PS1.3 million.
In 1971, Dennis, Richard Neville and Jim Anderson and Dennis were involved in the longest conspiracy trial in English history over the infamous "Schoolkids Oz" issue.
Max Irons and James Frain are also featured in the respective roles of King Edward IV and Richard Neville.