George of Clarence was Richard's elder brother.
Richard killed 5 one his brother and 4&5 was the two brothers in the tower
Richard III may have murdered his nephews, Edward V and Prince Richard but this has not been proven
Tradition says a barrel of Malmsey wine.
He did not kill his brothers. He might have killed his nephews, but that is not certain.
Richard III's eldest brother, Edward IV, Father of the Princes in the Tower.
act one scene one, Richard sets a prophecy on his brother clarence (1.1.33)
yes... he killed his nephews. Although I'll agree it is likely that he arranged to have his nephews murdered, Richard III was responding to family like all his family had for the last few decades over the wars of the Roses. Richard's brother, Edward IV had his other brother the Duke of Clarence murdered as well. Richard III still had a legitimate claim to the throne far above Henry VII.
Edward and his brother were imprisoned in the Tower of London by Richard of Gloucester (Richard III). After that, it is unknown what happened to them. Contrary to popular belief, two children's skeletons found in the tower were not the king and his brother.
Edward (the heir to the throne) and his younger brother, Richard of Shrewsbury, 1st Duke of York. By the way, they were not murdered by Richard III.
Richard III was 32 when he died
There is no such thing as true evil in real people, although Shakespeare's portrayal of him would certainly have people thinking that. Richard III had been brought up in a society where family members killed family members and all the Plantagenets had to be on their guard. His older brother Edward had arranged for their other brother the Duke of Clarence to be killed so Richard III was not the first in his generation of brothers to arrange for another family member's murder. It is true that Richard III got swept away with ambition and that was his major downfall. But prior to his brother's death Richard was well liked particularly in the north of England and a popular soldier.
In a word, yes. He is supposed to have killed his nephews Edward and Richard, sons of his brother King Edward IV.
Richard III was coronated on6 July 1483.
Richard III of Capua died in 1120.
Richard III was released on 12/29/1995.
The Production Budget for Richard III was $9,200,000.
Harold, King Richard III's brother, tried to take the throne (or did, i cannot remember) and Richard had to leave to stop his brother, thus, the land was left for Saladin's taking.
Because Richard III fought a battle with Elizabeth's grandfather, Henry Tudor, in which Richard was killed (the Battle of Bosworth) and Henry took the crown as Henry VII. Richard was supposed to have been responsible for murdering the boy King Edward V and his little brother - the so-called Princes In The Tower. (Young Edward and his brother were the brothers of Elizabeth of York, Henry VII's wife). Therefore the Tudors hated Richard III and would be pleased with any propaganda against him. Shakespeare's play Richard III, helped to give Richard a bad name!
Richard Lee Ferguson III is 6'.
Richard III was a Yorkist and was defeated by Henry Tudor who was a lancastrian
king Richard the III was born in 1452 on the 2nd of October
David Garrick as Richard III was created in 1745.