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The mid-Tudor crisis, 1539-1563

by Whitney R. D. Jones

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Published by Barnes & Noble Books in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain -- History -- Tudors, 1485-1603

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [208]-215.

    Statement[by] Whitney R.D. Jones.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination226 p.
    Number of Pages226
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14453321M
    ISBN 100064933903
    OCLC/WorldCa950986

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    'Mid-Tudor Crisis' Thesis. Whilst it had always been implicit in the works of historians such as Albert Pollard and Stanley Bindoff that England faced a crisis between and , Whitney Jones was the first historian to present a systematic analysis of the state of the country's government and society in these years. In The Mid-Tudor Crisis (), he argues . Mary I and the Mid-Tudor Crisis. Mary’s Early Religious Policies. who disliked the prayer book and the confiscation of church goods (Haigh: “religion may be recognised as one of the elements of Mary’s appeal”) The Mid-Tudor Crisis ()- he argued that there were eight key elements of the “crisis”. The.

    H. C. Darby (Ed.). A New Historical Geography of England. R. Welldon Finn. Domesday Book: A Guide. Edmund King. Peterborough Abbey, – A Study in the Land. 9 See Whitney R. D. Jones, The Mid-Tudor Crisis, (London: Macmillan, ), and David Loades, The Mid-Tudor Crisis, (New York: St. Martin's Press, ). John Heywood's The Spider and the Flie.


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The notion that there was a crisis in the middle years of the sixteenth century was first systematically expounded by W.R.D. Jones. His book, The Mid-Tudor Crisis (), focused upon problems that, he claimed, ‘seem to have been ever-present in mid-Tudor England’ and displayed a ‘close relationship’ with each other.

Whitney R. Jones. The Mid-Tudor Crisis New York: Barnes and Noble, pp. $ The epoch of the 'little Tudors'-Edward and Mary-has often been contrasted with the peaks of Tudor success which precede and follow it. In his book Mr. Jones has focused on the multiple crises of these reigns.

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Author of The Mid Tudor Crisis,William Turner, and The Tree of Commonwealth, /5(2). The Tudors monarchs were a very important part of English history for over years. The Tudor kings and queens ruled from to Here, Anthony Ruggiero follows his article on Tudor Queen Mary I (here), and considers how the Tudors took power in England and the importance of the reigns of King Henry VII and King Henry article includes a .JONES, Whitney R.

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