Edward VI and Mary I - AQA A2

When Northumberland revised the Book of Common Prayer, who described it as having 'broke decisively with the past'?
Haigh
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Who was Lady Jane Grey married to? Expand on the significance.
GuilfordDudley
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What did Haigh see the 1547 Book of Common Prayer as?
blunder
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Which act took place in 1549 which reverted English mass back to the traditional Latin mass? Expand on the effects of this change.
Uniformity
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In 1547 only about 20% of Londoners are...
Protestant
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70% of people gave money to the Church between 1540-46, in Edward's reign what percent gave money to the Church? Explain why this was an advantage to the Protestant regime.
32percent
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Mary's council was 'too large and faction ridden to be able to function properly.'
Pollard
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'The Spanish marriage tore her kingdom apart.'
Starkey
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Wyatt's rebellion 'came as close as any to overthrowing the monarchy.'
Turvey
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Mary's foreign policy was 'the most disastrous of the century.'
Elton
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It could be argued that Mary's ruthless execution of 300 Protestants wasn't uncommon, 216 were executed following the...
PilgrimageOfGrace
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...of 1536 and a further 600 were killed after the...
NorthernRebellion
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'The loss of Calais was significant but her reign should not be condemned just because of one event.'
Rogerson
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What lasted from 1558 to 1604 meaning Mary's financial policy was better than Henry VIII's and Edward VI's?
TheBookOfRates
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'There can be little doubt that on Mary's death, England was Catholic.'
Haigh
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'Certainly only the Western Rebellion was linked with Religion.'
Heard
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What did Somerset tax that further aggravated farmers around the time of the Western Rebellion?
Sheep
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'The 1549 revolts were the closest thing Tudor England had to a class war.'
Guy
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Who successfully crushed Kett's Rebellion, leaving Somerset looking weak?
Dudley
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There was no effective way to contsitutionally oppose Mary's marriage to Philip, so what happened instead?
WyattsRebellion
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Where did Wyatt capture some of the Queen's ships?
Gravesend
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How many rebels were there in Wyatt's Rebellion?
30000men
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How many rebels were there in Kett's Rebellion?
16000men
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In two years how many proclamations did Somerset pass?
77proclamations
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Edward as a 'Boy-King' who was easily manipulated - In favour of the declining authority between 1547-1558
Pollard
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What acts were revived by Mary in January 1555?
HeresyActs
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Edward was a committed Protestant reformed who enforced his own beliefs - Against the declining authority between 1547-1558
Loach
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What did Mary reject in November 1553 which was against her marriage?
CommonsPetition
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