History-Tudor England

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Who Was The First Tudor Monarch?
Henry VII
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Why Was Henry VII's Claim Weak?
Henry's claim was through his mother, a claim through a woman was always seen as weak as women were not respected. Also, his claim came through his great grandfather, John Beaufort, who's parents married after his birth, he was seen as illegitimate
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Who was Henry VII's Predecessor?
Richard III
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What Family Was Henry VII?
The Lancastrian Family.
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When was the Battle of Bosworth
22nd of August 1485
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Who was the Battle of Bosworth Against?
Henry VII, the Lancastrian claim, and Richard the III, the current Yorkist King of England.
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How Did Henry VII Unite the Yorkists and Lancastrians?
He married Elizabeth of York and gave many Yorkists positions such as the Exchequer and Treasurer in his government.
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How Did Henry VII Control The Nobility?
He controlled the nobility with acts of attainder, patronage, bonds and recognizances and retaining.
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What was the Privy Council?
The Privy Council would tell Henry about matters of the state
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How Many Members were in the Privy Council?
240 members, however, there were only a few regular attenders.
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Why Was Henry VII's Claim Weak?

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Henry's claim was through his mother, a claim through a woman was always seen as weak as women were not respected. Also, his claim came through his great grandfather, John Beaufort, who's parents married after his birth, he was seen as illegitimate

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What Family Was Henry VII?

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