The battles of the War of the Roses took place between 1455 and 1487. The war was fought between supporters of several descendants of Edward III, the King of England from 1327 to 1377. The war was not a constant fight that affected the whole country and its population, but a series of battles spread out over the years between sets of supporters known as the Lancastrians and the Yorkists. Some of the battles were fought by thousands of men. The Battle of Towton being the largest and the bloodiest.
|Battle Name||Date||Battle Name||Date|
|Hexham||May 1464||More Details||Towton||Mar 29 1461||More Details|
|Wakefield||Dec 30 1460||More Details||Blore Heath||Sept 23 1459||More Details|
|Bosworth||Aug 22 1485||More Details||Ludford Bridge||Oct 12 1459||More Details|
|Mortimer's Cross||Feb 2 1461||More Details||Tewkesbury||May 4 1471||More Details|
|Edgcote||Jul 26 1469||More Details||St. Albans||May 22 1455||More Details|
|Barnet||Apr 14 1471||More Details|