The Politics of madness: government in the reigns of Charles VI and Henry VI
Alger, S (2001) The Politics of madness: government in the reigns of Charles VI and Henry VI. Honours thesis, University of Tasmania.
Between 1380 and 1422, in the reign of the mad king Charles VI, France
suffered rebellion and the civil wars of Armagnacs and Burgundians, quite
apart from the disastrous depredations of the English from 1415 onwards.
After 1422 England had a mad king too, Henry VI, founder of Eton College;
she experienced her own civil wars, the Wars of the Roses, in the middle years
of the fifteenth century.
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