Discover the Tudors: Henry VIII
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Who was Henry VIII? When did he reign? Why was he important? Discover the Tudor world through the life of a world-famous monarch, from his youth as a carefree and popular prince to his death as a violent tyrant. Henry was crowned in 1509 – a young, handsome ruler who loved sports, music and poetry. His lavish royal court was a vibrant hub of feasts, hunts, concerts and tournaments. But then Henry seemed to turn to the dark side: starting wars, clashing with the Catholic church and casting aside his wives. What happened – and why? Find out!
- An informative look at the key moments in Henry’s reign
- Brings the Tudor world to life in vivid text and artwork
- Fascinating events such as the sinking of the Mary Rose
- A simple first glimpse of Henry VIII’s complex character
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