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Early Tudors: Henry VII and Henry VIII

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Charles Edward Moberly's book on the Early Tudors, focusing on the reigns of Henry VII and Henry VIII, offers a comprehensive overview of this tumultuous period in English history. Moberly's thorough research and engaging writing style make this book a valuable resource for anyone interested in learning more about the Tudor dynasty.

One of the strengths of the book is Moberly's ability to clearly outline the key events and personalities of the time period, bringing the history to life for the reader. From Henry VII's rise to power following the Wars of the Roses to Henry VIII's turbulent reign and the break with the Catholic Church, Moberly does an excellent job of tracing the political, religious, and social changes that shaped England during this time.

Moberly also provides insight into the personal lives of Henry VII and Henry VIII, giving readers a glimpse into the complexities of their characters and relationships. The author delves into the motivations behind their actions, shedding light on the challenges they faced as rulers of a changing nation.

Overall, Charles Edward Moberly's book on the Early Tudors is a well-researched and engaging read that offers a comprehensive overview of this fascinating period in English history. Whether you are a history enthusiast or a student looking to deepen your understanding of the Tudor dynasty, this book is a valuable addition to your library.

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Following the chaos of the Wars of the Roses, the reigns of Henry VII and VIII were autocratic and centralized to an unprecedented degree. This slim volume by the British historian and educator, Charles Moberly, provides many interesting details about the reigns of these two monarchs. But the author also offers a clear picture of the European context in which they acted: the Reformation struggle, the rivalry between the King Francis I and Emperor Charles V, the influence of the Popes, and the struggle for Italy.

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