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People/Characters: Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester

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Agincourt by Christopher Hibbert
Agincourt: A New History by Anne Curry
The Bastard's Tale by Margaret Frazer
Conquest: The English Kingdom of France, 1417-1450 by Juliet Barker
The Death of Kings : Royal Deaths in Medieval England by Michael Evans
England in the Late Middle Ages by A. R. Myers
England in the Later Middle Ages by M.H. Keen
Good Duke Humphrey by Brenda Honeyman
Henry IV, Part II by William Shakespeare
Henry V by Christopher Allmand
Henry V by William Shakespeare
Henry V: The Graphic Novel by John F. McDonald
Henry VI by Bertram Wolffe
Henry VI, Part 1 by William Shakespeare
Henry VI, Part 2 by William Shakespeare
The Hollow Crown: A History of Britain in the Late Middle Ages by Miri Rubin
Humphrey Duke of Gloucester, 1391-1447 (Alban Link Occasional Papers: New Series) by Jane Kelsall
Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester by K.H. Vickers
The Hundred Years War: The English in France, 1337-1453 by Desmond Seward
Jacqueline of Holland : a historical tale by Thomas Colley Grattan
The Later Middle Ages in England, 1216-1485 by B. Wilkinson
The Life and Times of Henry V by Peter Earle
The loyal conspiracy; the Lords Appellant under Richard II by Anthony Goodman
A Mediaeval Princess, Being a True Record of the Changing Fortunes Which Brought Divers Titles to Jacqueline Counte by Ruth Putnam
The Reign of King Henry VI by R.A. Griffiths
Select Documents of English Constitutional History by S. B. Chrimes
The Wars of the Roses by J. R. Lander

Character description

Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester (1390-1447) was the youngest brother of King Henry V of England. He acted as Lord Protector and later Regent in England for his nephew Henry VI during his minority. His second wife Eleanor Cobham was accused of using witchcraft to advance him to the throne and was imprisoned for life.

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