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FLAGSHIP of Henry VIII's navy - The Mary Rose
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|TheMaryRoseWarship||Costumes from the series on display at The Mary Rose Museum (page: 1 2)||20||Apr 26 2011, 11:34 AM EDT by TheMaryRoseWarship|
Thread started: Jan 25 2011, 4:24 AM EST Watch
If you live in the UK then you can see the costumes from the series from 29th January until 31st March at the Mary Rose Museum Portsmouth. 11am - 3pm www.maryrose500.org for information. Joan Bergin and Michael Hirst have kindly loaned us the costumes to help raise money for the 500 Appeal to build a new home for Henry VIII favourite ship, Admission is free but donations welcomed
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|royalfalcon||On This Day 19th July 1545||3||Jul 19 2010, 11:37 AM EDT by Kittywake09|
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King Henry VIII's prized warship the Mary Rose sank off Portsmouth. This tragedy was witnessed by the King who had gone down to Portsmouth to review his fleet and oversee operations. The horrified King was heard to cry "Oh my gentlemen! my gallent gentlemen" he then turned to comfort Lady Carew whose husband George Carew, Vice Admiral of the Fleet had gone down with the stricken ship.
|Elliemental||The Mary Rose||2||May 16 2010, 9:20 PM EDT by Elliemental|
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Seeing as they are covering Henry's final war with France, I do hope they show the sinking of the Mary Rose and possibly show what could have caused it. Does anyone know if this has been covered?
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