History - Tudors (Britain, 1483-1529)

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The Buckingham Rebellion
October 1483-Buckingham, who helped make Richard 111 King, instigated a rebellion against Richard. Probably because Buckingham wanted more power.
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The Battle of Bosworth
22nd August 1485-Richard charged at Henry Tudor.Sir William Stanley desicevly sided with Tudor. Philibert de Chandee executed a complex manouvre to protect Tudor. Richard 111 was killed
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The Lovell Rebellion
Easter 1486-Three minor nobleman, who prospered under Richard, led the first unsuccessful Yorkist challenge.
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The Battle of Stoke
16th June 1487-A rebel army of 8,000 failed as they were poorly armed and ill equppied. Although this battle was a threat to Henry as he didn't realise the size, power or route of the rebel army.
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The Cornish Rebellion
1497-This rebellion followed attempts to raise tax in Cornwall for a war against Scotland in retaliation for the Scots' support for Perkin Warbeck. Parliament said they would protect the poorest subjects from paying tax, it wasnt applied in Cornwall.
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Treaty of Medina del Campo
1489-Ferdinand and Henry V11 agreed mutual support to defend their countries agaisnt any enemy. Neither country would harbour rebels or pretenders. Princess Catherine of Aragon would marry Prince Arthur of England.
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22nd August 1485-Richard charged at Henry Tudor.Sir William Stanley desicevly sided with Tudor. Philibert de Chandee executed a complex manouvre to protect Tudor. Richard 111 was killed

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The Battle of Bosworth

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Easter 1486-Three minor nobleman, who prospered under Richard, led the first unsuccessful Yorkist challenge.

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16th June 1487-A rebel army of 8,000 failed as they were poorly armed and ill equppied. Although this battle was a threat to Henry as he didn't realise the size, power or route of the rebel army.

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1497-This rebellion followed attempts to raise tax in Cornwall for a war against Scotland in retaliation for the Scots' support for Perkin Warbeck. Parliament said they would protect the poorest subjects from paying tax, it wasnt applied in Cornwall.

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