TUDORS. The war of the roses Page 1 Henry VIII Page 2 Henry VIII’s wives Page 3 Who were the Tudors? Page 4 Tudor Food Page 5 Mary Rose Page 6 How did the Tudors dress? Page 7. CONTENTS. The war of the roses.
Henry VIII Page 2
Henry VIII’s wives Page 3
Who were the Tudors? Page 4
Tudor Food Page 5
Mary Rose Page 6
How did the Tudors dress?Page 7
The War of the Roses was a battle to be king. Henry Tudor was trying to get the throne off Edward III. The battle was from 1455 - 1487you can now see the battle lasted for a long time. Henry Tudor had 5000 men and Edward III had 8000 men. You would have thought that Edward III would have won. Most of his men thought quit on him and joined Henry Tudor
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Battle of Bosworth - War of the Roses
Henry Vlll - Tudor king
NDED MOST OF HIS WIVES LIVES
UINED HIS WIVES LIVES
OUNG PEOPLE HE MARRIED
There is a rime for henrys 6 wives
Divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived!
He had the first wife because he was betrothed to her by his father.
He had the second wife because he fell in love and also needed a legitimate male heir.
He had the third wife because he still needed a male heir.
He had the fourth wife because of diplomatic reasons.
He had the fifth wife because he fell in love again.
He had the sixth wife because he was old and sick and needed a companion and nurse who wouldn't give him too much trouble.
Henry's main aim was to make sure that the Tudors would keep on ruling England after he died. Henry believed that only a boy could inherit his kingdom. But his son Edward ruled only for six years
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Why did Henry VIII have six wives?
The Tudors were a Welsh-English family that ruled England and Wales from 1485 to 1603 - one of the most exciting periods of British history. They ruled for 118 years and during their reign encouraged new religious ideas, overseas exploration and colonisation
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People kept animals all year round and would kill them just before they needed to be eaten. This meant that the meat was always fresh.
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The Mary Rose was King Henry VIII's favourite warship and he named the ship after his sister. The ship was built in 1509, the year Henry VIII came to the throne
It is not known exactly what happened to cause the sinking of the ship, but one theory suggests that the crew fired the guns on one side of the ship and were turning the ship to fire the guns on the other side. Unfortunately, they failed to close the gun ports and a combination of this and the wind caused the ship to tilt, fill with water and sink.