1-17-07 HIST 200

1-17-07 HIST 200 - January 17, 2007 History 200 Lecture #2...

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January 17, 2007 History 200 – Lecture #2 Henry’s Reformation 1529: Henry asked the Pope in Rome to grant him a divorce from Catherine but he denies Henry the right to divorce. Henry calls Parliament together and under his pushing Parliament, he converts England from a Catholic nation to a Protestant nation. The Pope is gone; Henry himself becomes head of England. Once he establishes the Church of England he grants himself a divorce. Divorced, beheaded, and died. Divorced, beheaded, and survived. Five consequences of Henry’s Reformation 1. Henry’s new wife Ann gave him a daughter, Elizabeth (who found colonies in the New World) 2. Further legitimacy to the Parliament as a political power 3. By divorcing Catherine (the daughter of Catholic Spanish parents), essentially 60 years of warfare with Spain (1530’s-1588). Spain remains Catholic. 1588: Spain launches 130 ships over England who pulls its navy together and with the help of storms, the Spanish was defeated. 4.
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2008 for the course HIST 200 taught by Professor Seip during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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1-17-07 HIST 200 - January 17, 2007 History 200 Lecture #2...

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