How effective was henry vii’s domestic policy once thought that henry governed very diff to his predecessors, he was a ‘new monarch’ responsible for est a nation or sovereign state – no longer accepted reasons why. Henry more than doubled his income by following this policy a return to traditional conservatism (1539-1545) with cromwell executed in july 1540, henry took a more active role in domestic policy to this extent, he was quick to undo some of cromwell's work and return to traditional, conservative catholic views on religion.
The handling of finances was henry vii’s most successful domestic achievement’ how far do you agree2 the power of the nobility was the most important cause of unrest in the period from 1450 to 1470. 6 how successfully did henry vii deal with the domestic problems he faced 7 how successful was henry viii in achieving his aims in foreign policy in the period from 1509 to 1529 8 how far did cromwell’s reforms change tudor government and administration by 1547 9 how effective were the governments of somerset and northumberland 10.
Transcript of henry vii foreign policy situation in 1485 henry owed his crown to french support (supported his invasion 1485) henry's foreign policy was subordinated to domestic policy of enriching his kingdom and ensuring its stability.
Henry vii born on the 28th of january of 1457 and died on the 21st of april of 1509 was the first of five tudor kings and queens that ruled england for around 120 years, quite short for that time, but they become one of the most famous dynasties of europe’s history. Henry was lord of ireland, only in the english pale was where the kings authority really fell, everything he did in ireland never took full effect 3 of 8 jp's and sherrifs.
Henry vii: founder of stability or incompetent monarch the mainspring of his domestic and foreign policy was dynastic security he used ‘politick’ methods to preserve himself and the tudor dynasty henry vii’s financial success is vastly overrated.