The History of Leith

October 26, 2007

Scotland: history 1513 to 1603

The minority of James V was one constant struggle for power between the queen mother (Margaret Tudor, daughter of Henry VII of England) and the Red Douglas. The Red Douglas became supreme until the king, aided by the other nobles – who had grown tired of domination by the Douglas – rose against him and drove him into exile. for more click here

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