By Woolf, Alex
Tudor Kings and Queens is the ideal, handy guide to what is a perennially popular era in British history. Beginning with the accession to the English throne of Henry VII, Alex Woolf guides the reader through a succession of monarchs, including the infamous King Henry VIII, Mary I..., Edward VI and Elizabeth I, the Virgin Queen. Identifying the key moments of their reigns, from insurrections to their handling of foreign policy to their many marriages, Woolf reveals the ways in which these kings and queens governed their realm and the challenges they faced. It's the perfect companion for anyone who enjoys historical drama and wants to know more about one of history's most compelling royal dynasties.Read more
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Alex Woolf is the author of a number of non-fiction titles, including A Short History of the World and 1001 Hideous History Facts, and co-author of The Great Scientists. He has also written fiction for young adults. He lives in London.
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