Foreign Policy 1509-1529

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  • Foreign Policy (1509-1529)
    • Goals
      • Recover French empire.
      • Prevent hostile treaties against England between other powers.
      • Maintain England's interests.
    • Successes
      • Capture of Therouanne and Tournai- 1513
      • Treaty of London 1518
      • Field of the Cloth of Gold 1520
      • Wolsey made Papal Legate 1518
    • Failures
      • 1513- Ferdinand and Maximillian signed treaties with France- England left to fight alone.
      • Poor compared to Francis I and Charles V
      • Failure of Amicable Grant meant no war with France
    • Allies
      • Charles V
        • Charles would not release his troops to help Henry
        • refused to honour promise to marry Mary
        • Failed to support Henry's annulment
        • 1521- Secret Treaty of Bruges
      • Francis I
        • Treaty of More 1525
        • Untitled
    • Costs (warfare)
      • 1511-1525 = £1.4 million
      • Was very expensive
      • Led to lots of taxes. e.g. Amicable Grant
    • Battle of Pavia
      • Francis I captured

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