King Henry Viii Negative Effects

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Henry VII faced a multitude of problems with his marriages, as well as his dealings in foreign matters. His marriage with princess Catherine of Aragon, daughter of Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand, helped unite of the countries of England and Spain. Though, in order to divorce Catherine and marry his mistress, Anne Boleyn, Henry declared Protestantism as the national religion of England, which was Catholic at the time of his marriage with Catherine.
England seemed to have never-ending bad relations with the country of France. On the day of Henry’s coronation, his Venetian ambassador wrote England was a, “magnificent, liberal, and great enemy of the French.” Eagar to reclaim the lands across the English Channel stolen by the French, Henry carried
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