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The Character and Legacy of Henry II

A summary of Henry II's reign in England focuses on how his ruling style and key concerns were dictated by his character. Of particular interest is his relationship with members of his family, which determined the course of British history
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A summary of Henry II's reign in England focuses on how his ruling style and key concerns were dictated by his character. Of particular interest is his relationship with members of his family, which determined the course of British history for decades after his death. From BBC History.

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