Why was the year 1525 a turning point?

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  • Why was it a turning point?
    • Charles gets victory at Pavia
      • Henry tries to persuade Charles to attack France together, leading to Henry being King of France and Charles, monarch of Christiandom
        • 1525
        • Wolsey gives orders to grant 'Amicable Grant' a forced loan to pay for Henry's proposed attack on France, however it was seriously opposed causing rebellions so was abandoned.
          • March 1525
          • Charles refused to attack France, also annulling his proposed marriage to Mary
            • 1525
            • Having been rejected by Charles, England needed to make a fundamental change of policy towards France
              • Anglo-French treaty of the More- a friendship treaty
                • August 1525
                • Charles forced Treaty of Madrid on Francis I, yet on release Francis rejected the treaty looking to form a coalition against Charles
                  • January 1526
                  • The League of Cognac was formed against the HRE, made up of France, Venice, the Papacy, Florence and the exiled Duke of Milan.
                    • May 1526
                    • England joined as a 'protector' not a member
                      • September 1526
                      • Anglo- French Treaty of Westminister
                        • April 1527
                        • Treaty of Amiens- an Anglo-French agreement to attack Charles V
                          • August 1527
                          • Pavia had forced England to end its alliance with Spain. The new Anglo-French entente was cemented by the treaties of the More, Westminster and Amiens
                            • France and England did not go to war again until 1543
            • Anglo-French treaty of the More- a friendship treaty
              • August 1525
              • Charles forced Treaty of Madrid on Francis I, yet on release Francis rejected the treaty looking to form a coalition against Charles
                • January 1526
                • The League of Cognac was formed against the HRE, made up of France, Venice, the Papacy, Florence and the exiled Duke of Milan.
                  • May 1526
                  • England joined as a 'protector' not a member
                    • September 1526
                    • Anglo- French Treaty of Westminister
                      • April 1527
                      • Treaty of Amiens- an Anglo-French agreement to attack Charles V
                        • August 1527
                        • Pavia had forced England to end its alliance with Spain. The new Anglo-French entente was cemented by the treaties of the More, Westminster and Amiens
                          • France and England did not go to war again until 1543

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