Henry VII.

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Greenwood Press, 1971 - History - 453 pages

The author disagrees on some points with many biographers of Hnery VII and declares that he was more human than he has been portrayed, less aloof, less mysterious and less impressive, and that too little has been said of Henry's efforts to spread an air of culture and refinement about his court. The question whether Henry VII was a great king is discussed from various viewpoints of many authorities, and in conclusion the writer decides that he cannot be denied the title of great king.

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ENGLAND AT THE ACCESSION OF HENEY
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FOREIGN AFFAIRS 14851492
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PERKIN WARBECK 14911497
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