Henry VII - Foreign Policy

HideShow resource information
  • Created by: mols21
  • Created on: 20-05-16 14:29
October 1485
Proclamation of Truce - good relations with France: extended until January 1489
1 of 12
July 1486
Proclamation of Truce - alliance with James III - came to nothing as James murdered
2 of 12
July 1486
Commercial treaty with Brittany
3 of 12
February 1489
Redon treaty - 6,000 men to serve in Brittany against France - to support England
4 of 12
March 1489
Medina del Campo - England not to make separate peace with France - England to go to war with France immediately - Spain won't support pretenders - Arthur and Catherine marriage
5 of 12
November 1492
Etaples treaty - £50,000 crowns to Henry as annual pension - France to pay cost of English expedition to Brittany - not to protect pretenders - England withdraw troops from Brittany
6 of 12
July 1496
Magnus Intercursus - commercial treaty with Netherlands/Burgundy
7 of 12
July 1496
Holy League - Henry's involvement limited only invited to join to help block French in Italy
8 of 12
October 1496-7
Marriage treaty between Arthur and Catherine - then Henry in 1503
9 of 12
February 1498
Ayton - truce agreed for 7 years - Scotland wouldn't support pretenders
10 of 12
January 1502
Perpetual Peace - extended truce in Scotland indefinitely - James IV to marry Henry's daughter Margaret
11 of 12
February 1506
Windsor and Magnus Intercursus - Henry recognises Philip as King of Castile and aids Philip and Joanna in gaining control - Philip agrees to marry his sister to Max's daughter - trade treaty
12 of 12

Other cards in this set

Card 2

Front

Proclamation of Truce - alliance with James III - came to nothing as James murdered

Back

July 1486

Card 3

Front

Commercial treaty with Brittany

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

Redon treaty - 6,000 men to serve in Brittany against France - to support England

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

Medina del Campo - England not to make separate peace with France - England to go to war with France immediately - Spain won't support pretenders - Arthur and Catherine marriage

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
View more cards

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar History resources:

See all History resources »See all British monarchy - Tudors and Stuarts resources »