A Talk of ‘Treachery at Bosworth Field 1485’ by Harry J.Tomkinson
A talk was held at Bosworth battlefield heritage center in regard to the book ‘Treachery at Bosworth Field 1485’ by Harry J.Tomkinson.
The book is about the story of Richard the 3rd or Richard III who is lord of Ireland and later on becomes the king of a war-torn country.
England goes through a series of civil wars and unrests during the so-called period of “War of Roses” and after the death of Richard’s dear brother, it is now Richard’s turn to consent the responsibilities as Lord Protector of England and Duke of Gloucester.
But the fortune wheel turns the other way around and after both Edward V and Richard of York are declared dishonest, Richard overtakes the throne.
Richard proves to be a good king however old wounds and enmities survives which takes shape into a rebellion and treachery at Bosworth Field happens once again in the turbulent reign of this undermined king.
Harry J.Tomkinson was born in Staffordshire and raised in West Yorkshire, Henry had an interesting childhood who had a very deep interest in theatre and film.
After completing school he worked for Moss Empires and then went on to The J Arthur Rank Organization.
Henry is a dedicated Richardian who is very enthusiastic and knowledgeable about the history of England.