The Henry Tudor Society was founded in early 2013 and exists to discuss, debate and deliberate the life and times of Henry VII, the first Tudor king of England. The Society also seeks to examine the general 15th Century period and the Wars of the Roses.
Henry VII ruled England, Wales and Ireland from 22 August 1485 to 21 April 1509, an eventful reign of 24 years that enabled the kingdom to emerge from the fractious Wars of the Roses and into the adventurous and prosperous Renaissance period.
The reign of Henry Tudor has often been overshadowed as it was a tenure flanked by the controversial Richard III and notorious Henry VIII, two kings who tend to dominate the attentions of historians and fiction authors.
The Henry Tudor Society aims to put a spotlight on Henry VII and to bring this intriguing monarch out of the shadows once and for all.
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