A level Henry VIII: Foreign policy

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A quiz on dates about foreign policy during Henry VIII's reign 1509-1540
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Question 1

Question
When did parliament give money for the first french war?
Answer
  • February 1511
  • February 1512
  • February 1513

Question 2

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When did the first French war begin?
Answer
  • January 1512
  • September 1512
  • April 1512

Question 3

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Which place/s were captured at the Battle of the Spurs?
Answer
  • Therouanne and Tournai
  • Neverre
  • Brest and Calais

Question 4

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Who did Catherine of Aragon send in September 1513 who defeated the Scots at Flodden?
Answer
  • Earl of Surrey
  • Duke of Suffolk
  • Earl of Northumberland

Question 5

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Who succeeded King Ferdinand in Spain?
Answer
  • Charles
  • Francis
  • Henry

Question 6

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How many rulers signed the Treaty of London in October 1518?
Answer
  • 10
  • 15
  • 20

Question 7

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When was the 2nd French war declared on France?
Answer
  • July 1521
  • December 1521
  • May 1522

Question 8

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How much money was lost from August 1523?
Answer
  • £100,000
  • £400,000
  • £900,000

Question 9

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What date was the Treaty of More with France?
Answer
  • September 1523
  • August 1524
  • August 1525

Question 10

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Who was taken prisoner when Charles' troops sacked Rome in January 1527?
Answer
  • Francis & sons
  • The Pope
  • The King of Italy

Question 11

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Who became pope after Pope Clement died?
Answer
  • Pope Clement II
  • Pope Paul III
  • Charles

Question 12

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What happened when Catherine of Aragon died in 1536?
Answer
  • Charles and Henry became allies again.
  • The pope declared Henry an outcast of Catholic Europe and called for a crusade against him.
  • The pope congratulated Henry on his marriage to Anne Boleyn.
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