Britain 1499 - 1506

In depth study into Britain 1483-1529.

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  • Foreign policy
  • Europe
  • The nobility
  • Controlling the nobility
  • Treaties

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What did England's security depend upon?
Strong allies
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What did Henry VII base his foreign policy on?
Information from amateurs
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Who's death in 1502 changed foreign relations?
Prince Arthur
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Who died in 1503 that had a significant impact on Henry VII?
Queen Elizabeth
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Who's death in 1505 had a substantial impact of the success of Henry VII's foreign policy?
Isabella of Castile
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Who's death in 1506 saw the decline in Henry VII's foreign relations?
Philip of Burgundy
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Who was Henry VII's main enemy during his early reign?
Margaret of Burgundy
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Who did Henry VII go to war with over this country?
France
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Who did not support Henry VII's alliance with France in 1492?
HRE
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Who was in charge of Ireland?
Earl of Kildare
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What event made relations with Spain difficult?
Death of Philip
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Why did Henry VII back Philip of Burgundy's claim to Spain?
To protect English trade and reduce the threat of pretenders
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Who issued it?
Pope
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In what year was the Treaty of Readon?
1489
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Who was the treaty between?
England HRE and Spain
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What was is about?
Anti-French alliance
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What was the next treaty, that was signed in 1489?
Medina del Campo
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In what year was the Treaty of Etaples arranged?
1492
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Select the most important aim of Henry VII's policy.
Secure the throne
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Who was this between?
France and England
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Who was this between?
England and Spain
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This was between which two monarchs?
James IV and Henry VII
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In what year was the Treaty of Windsor?
1506
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What was the name of the treaty between France, Spain and the HRE that did not include England
Treaty of Cambrai
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Katherine

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I think its the Treaty of Redon and isn't it between France and Brittany?

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