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Student Support Materials for History - Edexcel AS Unit 2 Option A1: Henry VIII: Authority, Nation and Religion, 1509-40

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Written by Sarah Moffatt and Adam Bloomfield, Series edited by Angela Leonard
26/04/2012
A Level/Ages 16 and above
978-0-00-745741-0
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Enable students to succeed in their exam with Henry VIII: Authority, Nation and Religion. This study aid contains the key information that students need for Edexcel History AS Unit 2 Option A1, clearly laid out with Examiners' and Essential notes. Also included are graded essays with examiner commentary on how to secure higher grades.

Henry VIII: Authority, Nation and Religion, 150940 covers all the content and skills your students will need for their Edexcel AS Unit 2 Option A1 examination, including:

• Chapter 1: THE QUEST FOR INTERNATIONAL INFLUENCE
Including Foreign policy ambitions and aims; war and victory in France and Scotland 151314; early successes in diplomacy; the Hapsburg-Valois conflict; evaluating the effectiveness of foreign policy

• Chapter 2:THE STRUCTURE OF GOVERNMENT, 150929
Including Structure of Henry’s Government; the rise of Thomas Wolsey; Wolsey and the justice system; Wolsey and the strengthening of royal finances; Wolsey’s relationship with the King, nobility and parliament; Wolsey and the Church; Wolsey’s fall from power

• Chapter 3: CHANGING RELATIONS WITH THE CATHOLIC CHURCH
Including The annulment strategy; the Reformation Parliament; Submission of the Clergy; establishment of the Royal Supremacy and the break with Rome 15324

• Chapter 4: RELIGIOUS CHANGE FROM 1529
Including Factors influencing religious change; opposition, including the Pilgrimage of Grace; Thomas Cromwell and the encouragement of Protestant ideas; dissolution of the monasteries; the retreat from reform; the fall of Thomas Cromwell; was the English Reformation political or religious?

• Chapter 5: ROYAL POWER IN 1540
Including The nature and extent of royal power

• Chapter 6: EXAM SKILLS

• Chapter 7: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

• Index
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