Henry Viii

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Henry VIII, King of England from 1509-1547, replaced the Catholic Church with the new Church of England. This allowed his to confiscate monastery assets and fund his plans for a stronger England. Henry VIII is most famous for his six marriages, terminated either through beheading, divorce, or death.

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Henry ViiiHenry VIII, King of England from 1509-1547, replaced the Catholic Church with the new Church of England. This allowed his to confiscate monastery assets and fund his plans for a stronger England. Henry VIII is most famous for his six marriages, terminated either through beheading, divorce, or death. In his goal of establishing both a stable and strong England, he needed a male heir. He also needed an army to gain power in Europe, and to sustain this, he required lots of money, more than the taxes could provide. Henry also sympathized with the elements of the protestant movement i

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