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If you recreate the image as SVG, please add the line from Edward III to Margaret Beaufort, since it's sort of relevant. Thanks, Shinobu 17:58, 3 March 2008 (UTC)

Family tree of the British Royal family during the War of the Roses. Drawn by Muriel Gottrop.

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