AQA HIS1B 13th May 2015Watch
I'm bricking it :L
Richard III probably won't appear, Henry VII's early consolidation of his reign probably will - whether that's to do with his actions directly after the Battle of Bosworth or later on when rebellions began. And unfortunately, I think that the second question will be to do with financial policies or overseas trade.
Humanists wanted reform of the Catholic Church.
Henry married Catherine in 1509.
Henry agreed to sign the Treaty of St Germaine-En-Laye.
Wolsey rose to the position of Lord Chancellor.
Henry wanted to go to war with France in 1512.
Henry wanted an annulment from Catherine.
Wolsey failed to obtain an annulment
The Amicable Grant failed.
Wolsey introduced financial reforms.
Henry signed the Treaty of the More in 1526.
Wolsey introduced the Treaty of London in 1518.
Wolsey created the League of Cognac in 1526.
Wolsey had become isolated from the King by 1529.
Henry agreed to take part in the Field of the Cloth of Gold.
Just a few possibilities. There are many more >.<
I've looked through all past papers and all Wolsey and Henry viii questions are always only on question 3. But I I'll probably quickly revise Wolsey just in case there is a horrible q1 or q2
Can't remember the Year, think it was around 2010, but the 12-marker for q2 was 'Explain why Henry executed Empson and Dudley', and then the 24-marker was to do with Henry VII's financial policies. They may mix things up just to confuse us
Anyone else got any predictions?