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Unformatted text preview: Henry VIII-BAD ID-King of England -Had sex wives-Didnt want to be part of Catholic Church-Set up his own church like Luther in Reformation-Liked chivalry.-its okay Better ID-Was king of England during reformation period Hisfeeling that he must have a son to succeed him led him to divorce his 1 st wife, Catharine of aragon-WHY IS HE SIGNIFICANT?WHY DOES HARKNESS EMPHASIZE. WHAT IS THE HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF DIET OF WORMS? -TO DIVORCCE HENRY BROKE FORM THE CATHOLIC CHURCH, AND ESTABLISHED NEW PROTESTANT, and established new protestant church in England-Henry VII I became head of the church in England through act of supremacy. Henry 8 is historically significant because he established the prot church in Eng and bc by mixing politics and religion Need 5 pieces of information in ID!!!!!! Show an understanding of when this person lived, give association of events. What are the big events that the person is associated with. Think about big Medieval inheritance, religious reformation, catholic The Thirty Years war, 1618-1648-historians see this as one of the last wars of religion. This is just one perspective. - Whether their nations is going to be protestant or catholic. -The other way to see it as the 1 st modern war of nationalism, this is when other people begin to ask people to fight with them, French with -People start defining borders like they have never had before.-Last war of religion, and 1 st of the modern nationalistic wars- this is how historians see the 30 yrs war....
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