HOW FAR WAS HENRY VIIS SUCCESS DUE TO HIS MARRIGE TO ELIZEBETH OF YORK

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To an extent his royal authority was due to his marriage to Elizabeth of York as this enabled and ensured the dynasty to be secure. However, some may argue other factors such as successfully dealing with rebellions, calling parliament and foreign support was of more significance.

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