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    Henry VII of England Introduction Henry VII is also known as Henry Tudor. He was the first Tudor king after defeating Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth in August 1485. This battle saw the end of the Wars of the Roses, however to bring England to a powerful and also peace country he would have to sustain a full control of England. Henry VII was king of England from 1485 to 1509. His second son, also called Henry, inherited the throne and became Henry VIII. How did he keep the nobles under

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    King Henry VII Married six times and wants a divorce Separated from the Roman Catholic Schurch and ran the Chruch of England Enabled England to join the ongoing Reformation in Europe Henry's wives were as the follows: divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived. Church of England The Church was very similar to the Catholic Church. still had most traditions as well as priests, masses and based off of salvation and faith The Reformation Martin Luther started the

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    Comparing Henry VIII's Government in 1509 to 1514 to His Father's From the transition of Old king to Young king we can assume there will be lots of differences in the personalities between Henry VII and Henry VIII, these differences are what makes Henry VIII's policies and government different to that of his father. Henry's personality was quite amazing, his intelligence, learning and curiosity impressed the ambassadors who littered his court, and his thirst for knowledge was insatiable

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    The Strengths And Weaknesses Of Henry VIII 1509-1515 There are many differing views of Henry VIII, some people see him as a scholar and others as a jovial and merry king. Each of these opinions views different characteristics of Henry VIII that contributed to his strengths and weaknesses. Henry, when he succeeded the throne had several problems that he had to address. There was also much expectation of him as his father had been viewed as a miser and a repressor and people saw the need

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    Objectives of Henry VII's Foreign Policy According to the source, Henry's objectives were to ensure the security of his country and dynasty and to avoid foreign military intervention i.e. build up good relationships with neighbouring foreign powers. I also think that trade and prestige came into his objectives. Trade was important to him as it ensured the power of his country and, again, was important to England's relationship with foreign powers. Also prestige was important for Henry, but more

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    and 1600, England was ruled over by a new dynasty—the Tudors. The Tudors were some of the most famous monarchs in European history. There were six Tudor monarchs. The first Tudor monarch of England was Henry VII. The next monarch was Henry VIII, his son Edward VI, Jane Grey, and Henry VIII’s two daughters, Mary I and Elizabeth I. Henry VIII and his daughter Elizabeth I are the best-known monarchs; however, all the monarchs experienced both success and failure during their reign. Henry VII began the

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    British Monarchy of Henry VII led the United Kingdom into a new direction. Henry VII changed the governmental system used, along with other things that affected the society of the England. King Henry VII of England redirected the Yorkist and Lancastrians, putting an end to the war between them and expanding the British monarchy. The War of the Roses lasted for thirty-two years. The Tudor dynasty began with Henry VII and continued its reign for one hundred and eighteen years. Henry Tudor was born on

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    The War of The Roses

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    for your foe so hot that it do singe yourself.” (Mabillard 1). The Wars of the Roses was a furnace that was boiling, it caused many changes for England from rebellions and overthrowing multiple kings and queens, to new dynasties and causing England to change for the better with ambition and thus becoming what it is today. Wars of the Roses started in England in the 1400s that was a series of wars (Griffiths 1). Started with attacks and rebellions from 1455 to 1487, it has three different stages; the

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    By the crowning of Henry VII England had lived in a state of constant turmoil and war for decades. The War of the Roses caused a vast array of political and social upheaval in fifteenth century England.This in turn, lead to the citizens embracing Henry VII and, eventually Henry VIII, because they craved a stable family to become the monarchy so another War of Roses would not happen again. Both Henry VII and Henry VIII introduced changes into England that would change the course of the nation,both

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    army of Henry Tudor, Earl of Richmond and King Richard III. It was the 16th and penultimate battle of the War of the Roses. It was crucial to the outcome to the war and the history of the world to come. The battle of Bosworth Field effected England, through the military, as peace was brought to England after centuries of war, politically as Henry VII came to the crown, beginning the Tudor dynasty, with Henry VII revolution of Government, and Socially with the reformation of the Church in England with

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