henry vii - foreign policy

What was the 'Intercurcus Magnus'?
A trade deal signed in 1496 between England and Burgundy that meant they could trade with each other again.
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What was the Treaty of Etaples?
A treaty signed in 1492 between Henry 7th and Charles 8th of France which recognised Henry as King of England and ensured the French would not house any 'pretenders' to the throne e.g. Perkin Warbeck. Also gave Henry a large pension.
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What was the Treaty of Radon?
Signed in 1489 between Henry and Brittany that send 6000 English troops to Brittany to fight for them.
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What was the Treaty of Perpetual Peace?
Signed in 1502, meant to create peace between Scotland and England, through the marriage of Arthur and Margaret
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What was the Treaty of Winsor?
A treaty signed in 1506 that enabled a trade deal between England and Burgundy (which benefitted Henry a lot more, also known as the 'Intercaucus Malice') and set up Henry VIII with Philip's sister Margaret (don't happen), the Earl of Suffolk returns
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What is the Treaty of Medina Del Campo?
signed in 1489 between spain and england, this did three main things, mutual protection, neither can help traitors, and arthur was due to marry christine however this doesn't go through due to perkin being hosted in spain and henry wanted more money
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What was the Treaty of Etaples?

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A treaty signed in 1492 between Henry 7th and Charles 8th of France which recognised Henry as King of England and ensured the French would not house any 'pretenders' to the throne e.g. Perkin Warbeck. Also gave Henry a large pension.

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What was the Treaty of Radon?

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What was the Treaty of Perpetual Peace?

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