Essay/Term paper: Queen elizabeth and henry viii
Essay, term paper, research paper: History
over the position of England's leader when her father Henry
VIII died. She didn't care one way or the other what every
ones religion was. So she made Anglican the national
church, and she didn't bother anyone who practiced other
religions. She had no problem with other countries invading
because they all wanted to marry into the royal family. So
Elizabeth held her ground and never married, this way she
insured England's safety. So instead of marrying she just
played everyone. Her cousin Marry the Queen of Scott's
tried to turn the Scottish people into Catholics. but they
were all Prodistant. So they drove her out of Scotland and
Elizabeth let her stay in England. In England she met with
assassins and was plotting against her cousin (Elizabeth).
She (Marry) was warned by Elizabeth not too but she
continued. When Marry was caught in the act of conspiring
Elizabeth had no choice but to kill her cousin. Henry VIII
was Elizabeth's father. He was very athletic in his younger
years but as he got older he became very out of shape.
Henry had a problem with wives, he went through six of
them. Two of them were beheaded and he divorced
another and a few died in child birth. He wanted a son to
be his aire but he only had one that was not all their and
died. Henries only other children were daughters. Marry
was the first to take over but she had died after being ruler
after a short while. Henry VIII created the Anglican church
so he could get a divorce without the Catholics church
permission. Henry made everyone take an oath to him as
head of the church. If they did not they would be killed.
Henry's good friend Sir Thomas More did not take an oath
to him. Henry begged and begged him to but he was a
strong Catholic. So Henry killed him like he said he would.
In Henry's later years he became obsessed with having a
son, but he never had one. So henry ate, got fat and old,
then he died.
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