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★ Henry VII & Henry the Seventh

Henry VII & Henry the Seventh: see Henry VI & Henry VIII & England

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30,607.  Henry VII remains obscure ... An ‘infinitely suspicious’ ruler ... His murky story ... This manipulative king who created one of the strangest regimes in history.  (England & Henry VII)  Thomas Penn, Henry VII: Winter King, BBC 2013

 

30,608.  ‘Judge me, O Lord, and favour my cause’ ... He wanted to slip in undetected.  (England & Henry VII)  ibid.

 

30,609.  John de la Pole, Earl of Lincoln v Henry Tudor: the first serious rebellion ... in the East Midlands.  (England & Henry VII)  ibid. 

 

30,610.  Perkin Warbeck: impersonation of the Princes in the Tower ... A threat Henry had to diffuse.  (England & Henry VII)  ibid.

 

30,611.  Henry was obsessed with control ... Henry was building up a dense network of spies and informers.  (England & Henry VII)  ibid.

 

30,612.  A royal marriage: Arthur was to marry a great Spanish princess: Catherine of Aragon.  (England & Henry VII)  ibid.

 

30,613.  Prince Arthur was laid to rest ... A funeral befitting a prince, reflecting the scale of the tragedy ... The political impact of Arthur’s death was immense.  (England & Henry VII)  ibid.

 

30,614.  Henry saw conspiracy at every turn ... If his subjects would not love him they would be made to fear him ... Henry’s subjects were scared and they resentful.  (England & Henry VII)  ibid.

 

30,615.  1509: Henry VII died.  (England & Henry VII)  ibid.

 

 

30,617.  April 1509: Henry VII has died.  His twenty-four-year reign has been marked by profound unpopularity.  (England & Henry VII & Henry VIII)  Dr Jonathan Foyle, Henry VIII: Patron or Plunderer? I BBC 2012

 

 

96,110.  Henry VII had reigned for twenty-four years ... Henry had restored peace and stability within the realm ... His close supervision of all aspects of administration, financial and political, suggested that in a real sense all authority now radiated from the monarch; he was the central symbol of power and unity of the nation.  Peter Ackroyd, The Life of Thomas More p125

 

 

112,823.  Henry [VII] was a man who should never have been king at all; he seized the throne against all the odds … His enemies, three brutal brothers, tore themselves apart through murder and betrayal.  (Monarchy & England & Henry VII)  Monarchy by David Starkey s2e1: The Crown Imperial, Channel 4 2005

 

112,826.  The two sides came face to face at Bosworth in the Midlands … Henry was crowned Henry VII two months later promising to restore the glory days of his namesake King Henry V.  (Monarchy & England & Henry VII)  ibid.

 

112,827.  Arthur, Henry’s son and heir, died.  (Monarchy & England & Henry VII)  ibid.

 

 

97,183.  Henry Tudor, a minor noble and rank outsider beats the infamous Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth and becomes Henry VII, the first Tudor king.  (England & Henry VII & Richard III & English Civil Wars)  Dan Jones, Britain’s Bloody Crown IV

 

97,184.  Margaret Beaufort’s story spans the whole of the Wars of the Roses.  She works in the shadows through three decades of turmoil to protect her only child … This woman ends the conflict.  (England & Henry VII & Richard III & English Civil Wars)  ibid.