Henry VII: Foreign Policy

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    • Spain
      • Treaty of Medina Del Campo 1489
        • Henry proposed that Arthur married Catherine when they were old enough
          • Ferdinand agreed to the size of Catherine's dowry and not to support English rebels
      • Supported Burgundy instead of Spain during the Castilian crisis
        • Burgundy
          • Wanted a better relationship in case of break with France
            • Wanted better trade links and for Philip to give up the Earl of Suffolk
              • Phillip forced to shelter in England due to storms and made a truce with Henry
                • Philip agreed to surrender Suffolk and let Henry marry his sister
          • Henry's relationship with Burgundy ruined relationship with Spain after Isabella's death
            • Spain
              • Treaty of Medina Del Campo 1489
                • Henry proposed that Arthur married Catherine when they were old enough
                  • Ferdinand agreed to the size of Catherine's dowry and not to support English rebels
              • Supported Burgundy instead of Spain during the Castilian crisis
                • Burgundy
                  • Wanted a better relationship in case of break with France
                    • Wanted better trade links and for Philip to give up the Earl of Suffolk
                      • Phillip forced to shelter in England due to storms and made a truce with Henry
                        • Philip agreed to surrender Suffolk and let Henry marry his sister
                  • Henry's relationship with Burgundy ruined relationship with Spain after Isabella's death
      • Brittany
        • France wanted to take control of Brittany
          • Henry didn't want France to do it as it would threaten Englland
            • Henry sent 700 men to assist Brittany, and tried to make a peace but it didn't work
              • Henry renewed his truce with France who took over Brittany in December 1491
        • Treaty of Redon 1489
      • France
      • Scotland
        • Scotland supported Perkin Warbeck and led an invasion for him
          • Warbeck gained no southern support and the Scots fled when they heard about the opposition
            • Truce of Ayton 1497
              • Became full treaty after Warbeck's execution. Sealed by marriage of James and Margaret
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