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The Plantagenets. BBC - Documentaries. Episode: 1 - 3

After Henry II forges a mighty empire including England and France, his sons Richard the Lionheart and John turn on their father and bring the dynasty to the edge of collapse. (Below)

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In the last century of their rule, four Plantagenet kings are violently deposed and murdered by members of their own family and England is dragged into decades of brutal civil war.

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