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was laws did henry the 8th make?

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Answer #1 | 30/12 2013 05:25
King Henry is most noted for breaking away from the Catholic Church to create the Church of England.This was because he want to divorce his wife on the grounds that she was not virgin when she was still married to his older brother, who died to marry Ann Boleyn. Rome refused a divorce or an annulment from his current wife. The wife was a Spanish Princess. So polities played a role in her marriage to the older brother and latter on to Henry. All in his realm had to belong to the church to get ahead and hold a job ,social position, and in some cases, their heads. Catholicism was outlawed in England. The nunneries and monasteries were closed. Now the King or Queen of England the head of the Church.
Answer #2 | 30/12 2013 06:48
Probably the most important were the First and Second Suppression Acts which were the legal basis for the Dissolution of the Monasteries, followed by his continuation of Henry VII's shipbuilding and establishment of the Royal Navy.

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