Anglo-French Relations 1564-84

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  • Anglo-French  Relations 1564-84
    • Treaties
      • Blois, 1572
        • Re-established peace in Scotland
        • France and England agreed to aid each other if attacked
        • Possible engagement to Francis, Duke of Anjou
          • 1569: Liz negotiates for engagement to Francis, Duke of Alençon
        • Trade advantage for English cloth in France
        • Renewed 1574
      • Troyes, 1564
        • England renounced all claims on Calais
      • Joinville, 1584
        • Signed between Philip II and the French Catholic League
        • Determined to crush Protestantism
    • Marriage
      • 1569: Liz negotiates for engagement to Francis, Duke of Alençon
      • Liz never truly intended to marry
        • Just negotiated to keep Privy Council quiet
    • Trade and Money
      • If France annexes the Netherlands, what about trade routes there?
        • Trade advantage for English cloth in France
    • Military and Conflict
      • Civil war -reduced the immediate threat of France to England
      • 1573: English troops sent to support Huguenots in La Rochelle
      • Massacre of St Barts Day
        • Religion
          • Anglo-French  Relations 1564-84
            • Treaties
              • Blois, 1572
                • Re-established peace in Scotland
                • France and England agreed to aid each other if attacked
                • Possible engagement to Francis, Duke of Anjou
                  • Renewed 1574
                • Troyes, 1564
                  • England renounced all claims on Calais
                • Joinville, 1584
                  • Signed between Philip II and the French Catholic League
                  • Determined to crush Protestantism
              • Marriage
                • Liz never truly intended to marry
                  • Just negotiated to keep Privy Council quiet
              • Trade and Money
                • If France annexes the Netherlands, what about trade routes there?
                • Military and Conflict
                  • Civil war -reduced the immediate threat of France to England
                  • 1573: English troops sent to support Huguenots in La Rochelle
                  • Massacre of St Barts Day
                    • Religion
                      • France was Catholic
                        • Supported claim of Mary Queen of Scots to English throne
                      • Elizabeth was pressured into aiding the Huguenots by her more Protestant advisors
                        • Dudley and Throckmorton
                          • England was Protestant
                      • Death of Anjou meant the heir presumptive was a Huguenot
                      • England was Protestant
                    • Walsingham warns Liz to keep France at arms Length
                  • Huguenots and Catholics united against the English at Le Harve - 1563
                    • Huguenots unhappy at the level of support from the English
                    • Intervention planned in in Treaty of Hampton Court had failed
                      • England gave Huguenots a large loan
                      • England gave Huguenots 3000 troops
                      • Also partly due to plague
                  • France sent troops to the Netherlands
                    • England feared Fench expansionism
              • France was Catholic
                • Supported claim of Mary Queen of Scots to English throne
              • Elizabeth was pressured into aiding the Huguenots by her more Protestant advisors
                • Dudley and Throckmorton
                • Death of Anjou meant the heir presumptive was a Huguenot
              • Walsingham warns Liz to keep France at arms Length
            • Huguenots and Catholics united against the English at Le Harve - 1563
              • Huguenots unhappy at the level of support from the English
              • Intervention planned in in Treaty of Hampton Court had failed
                • England gave Huguenots a large loan
                • England gave Huguenots 3000 troops
                • Also partly due to plague
            • France sent troops to the Netherlands
              • England feared Fench expansionism

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