Foreign policy - Henry vii

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  • Henry vii: Foreign Policy
    • Scotland
      • Supported Warbeck and led invasion for him.
        • Warbeck gained no southern support. Scots fled on the news of opposition.
        • Ayton Truce ,1497.
          • Full treaty after W's execution. Marriage of James and Margaret sealed this.
    • Burgundy
      • Wanted to improve relations in case of a break with France.
        • Wanted to improve trade links and Phillip to give up Earl of Suffolk.
          • P agreed to surrender Suffolk. Lets H marry his sister.
        • Phillip forced to shelter in Eng because of storms. Made a truce with H
        • H's relation ship ruined with Spain after Isabella's death.
          • Spain
            • Supported Burgundy instead of Spain during Castilian.
              • Burgundy
                • Wanted to improve relations in case of a break with France.
                  • Wanted to improve trade links and Phillip to give up Earl of Suffolk.
                    • P agreed to surrender Suffolk. Lets H marry his sister.
                  • Phillip forced to shelter in Eng because of storms. Made a truce with H
                  • H's relation ship ruined with Spain after Isabella's death.
                    • Spain
                      • Supported Burgundy instead of Spain during Castilian.
                        • Treaty of Medina Del Campo, 1489
                          • H proposed that Arthur married Catherine when old enough.
                            • Ferdinand agreed to the size of Catherine's Dowry. Support for Eng rebels.
              • Treaty of Medina Del Campo, 1489
                • H proposed that Arthur married Catherine when old enough.
                  • Ferdinand agreed to the size of Catherine's Dowry. Support for Eng rebels.
    • France
      • Promised to go to war against France to protect Brittany.
        • Attacked France Oct 1492, Charles more interested in Italy.
          • Treaty of Etaples,1492.
            • promised to pay H annual French pension. 50,000 crowns a year.
            • Charles promised to not protect Eng pretenders.
    • Brittany
      • Treaty of Redon, 1489.
      • France wants to take control.
        • H didn't want France to do it, would threaten Eng.
          • H sent 700 men to assist Brittany. Tried for peace.
            • H renewed truce with France. Took over Brittany in Dec 1491.

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