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Henry Tudor: a Welsh hero…?
Dr Richard Marsden from The Open University discussed on BBC Radio Wales about the installation of the statue of Henry VII at his birthplace of Pembroke, and what it means to his ambiguous reputation in Wales today.
Originally published: Friday, 12th January 2018
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- Image 'Pembroke Castle, Wales' - Creative Commons BY 4.0: Photo by Reading Tom under Creative Commons BY 4.0 license
- Image 'The town Pembroke from the inside Pembroke Castle, Wales' - Creative Commons BY 4.0: Photo by Gareth Williams under Creative Commons BY 4.0 license
- Image 'The statue of Henry VII is in front of his birthplace, Pembroke Castle.' - Creative Commons BY 4.0: Photo by Andrew (Local Boy Done Good) under Creative Commons BY 4.0 license
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