How did Henry VII solve his problems?

May 7th, 2015
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After Henry VII defeated Richard III in the Battle of Bosworth, he had himself crowned the new king on the battlefield. This was probably because he had a very weak claim to the throne, and did not want anyone to interfere.

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How did Henry VII solve his problems?After Henry VII defeated Richard III in the Battle of Bosworth, he had himself crowned the new king on the battlefield. This was probably because he had a very weak claim to the throne, and did not want anyone to interfere. He was probably also scared of the remaining Yorkist family, who had a much stronger claim to the throne than him. In order to settle the feud that started a very long time ago, Henry VII married Elizabeth of York, who was also the daughter of Edward VI. This marriage now meant that The Lancastrian family had a king in their family,

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