Henry VIII Foreign Policy (1509 - 1514)


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  • Henry VII Foreign Policy (1509-1514)
    • France
      • 1512
        • Part of an international alliance against France
          • Henry led an army into France
            • Achieved little
      • 1513
        • Wolsey organised a second expedition
          • BATTLE OF SPURS - English drove off the French
            • Captured fortress at Therouanne & the town of Tournai
      • 1514
        • TREATY OF SAINT GERMAINE-EN-LAYE
          • Left England in possession of Tournai and Therouanne
          • Left Henry with an annual payment for agreeing to give up claims to the French throne
    • Scotland
      • 1512
        • allied against France
          • James IV led an army to invade the north-east of England
            • attempt to divert English troops from entering France
      • 1513
        • THE BATTLE OF FLODDEN
          • England lost 1,500 men
          • Scotland lost 10,000 men
            • including King James IV
              • Scottish threat removed for some time since the successor was the infant child James V
                • a committee was established to rule on his behalf until he came of age
    • 1510
      • Renewal of the Treaty of Etaples

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