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Characterizing New Monarchs
New Monarchs were monarchs who ruled during the late fifteenth century and early sixteenth century, they were labeled "New Monarchs" because they unifies their nations, created a centralized government and were concerned with maintaining army, national pride and fostering trade and religious unity.
<Tab/>Henry VIII was considered a New Monarch because he restored England from bankruptcy, by ruthless taxation. Which wasn't as bad as supposed since those who had previously paid little would have to pay more and those you paid much before would still have to pay even more. So th…
- Characterizing New Monarchs
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