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Henry VII ­ Foreign Policy
What were Henry VII's foreign policy objectives?

1. Security and recognition of his kingship (+dynastic security)

Henry was after all a usurper with little blood claim to the throne except a bastard claim through his
mother's line. Henry was also acutely aware that during the…

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WHY SUPPORT PHILIP IN CASTILIAN SUCCESSION CRISIS?

1) Protect trade with Burgundy ­ wool trade with Burgundy accounted for 90% of exports of
wool.
2) Henry saw an opportunity to marry Prince Henry to Philip's daughter Eleanor ­ Philip was
already the Duke of Burgundy, heir to the Throne of…

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Henry would send
3000 troops to help
Maximilian

Treaty of Etaples England- France, 1492 French would pay an
annual pension of
50,000 crowns (5% of
Henry's annual income)
Charles VIII would stop
supporting
rebels/pretenders
Henry would withdraw
his troops from
Boulogne and France

Intercusus Magnus, The `Great England-Burgundy, 1496 Ended…

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Henry recognised
Philip and Joanna the
Mad as rules of Castile
Prince Henry would
marry Philip's sister,
Margaret of Savoy

League of Cambrai France, Spain, Burgundy, Holy England ultimately left
Roman Empire, Papal States, isolated
1508 Anti-Venetian alliance
Left England out and
once again confined it
as a `third rate'…

Comments

Kim

great summary of the treaty's :)

EmilyRidden

sound m8

JakeyMartin123

MINT

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