Access to History. Elizabeth I Meeting the Challenge:England by John Warren

By John Warren

This can be a re-creation of Elizabeth I: faith and international Affairs. This identify units the scene from 1541 charting the advancements of the Mid-Tudor problem from Henry VIII to Mary I. It then is going directly to study the succession of Elizabeth and her consolidation of strength, reading the political, spiritual, and armed forces threats, either exterior and inner, to her rule. the issues in the course of her ultimate years also are explored, and this identify concludes through key issues and interpretations around the interval. through the e-book, key dates, phrases, and matters are highlighted, and historic interpretations of key debates are defined. precis diagrams are incorporated to consolidate wisdom and knowing of the period,

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The Wyatt Rebellion reveals a strength of Protestant feeling in the home counties and London which should not be disregarded. Mary is shown in a very positive light: astute; calm under pressure. However, the lack of response outside Kent and London is suggestive of the strength of loyalty to the Tudor regime and, perhaps, to traditional religion. The Habsburg–Valois war (Spain vs France) We recall that Northumberland had sought to preserve reasonably friendly relations with France (despite the presence of Mary, Queen of Scots at the French court), while maintaining a wary approach to both Scotland and Charles V.

Mary prevented the Exchequer from taking over, and muddying the finances of, the Court of Wards and Liveries and insisted on the application of advanced methods of auditing and accounting. ’ Meeting the Challenge: The Legacy of a Mid-Tudor Crisis? | 25 The final point to be made on the crown finances is that, compared to fellow monarchs in France and the Empire, the English crown was far less in debt: after all, only Henry VII had really been able to balance the books – at considerable political cost.

Can we detect an improvement in the social and economic state of the country and its people in the short reign of Mary I? The answer is not really. But the problems were considerable. And there was no uprising based on social and economic issues like the Kett Rebellion, despite the real distress. It is true that Mary’s rule increased the burden of crown debt (especially given the war with France), but Mary did encourage a climate of austerity at court fitting the times. Her reign is one of continuity with the past, but not inaction or complacency.

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