What impact did King Henry VIII have for future generations?
Henry VIII changed the course of History in England by breaking away from the Catholic Church and becoming the head of the Church of England. This also had an impact on the world. Before Henry VIII started the Church of England, Martin Luther had already broken away from the Catholic Church. Henry's shift from Catholicism helped the movement spread throughout England and it's future colonies.
A world heritage site is considered very important in the world that has natural beauty and uniqueness to be conserved for all and future generations to enjoy. For example, Orford castle is a WHS because it is very old and valuable. People go there for the day and lok around it has been there for decades. It was built by king Henry II.
Although it is believed to have been composed by Henry VIII for the future queen, Anne Boleyn, there is no factual evidence that King Henry did in fact compose it. Music scholars have attributed its origin to the Elizabethan times based on an Italian style, a style of music that did not reach England until after King Henry VIII's death.
Technically, a freeman was a type of peasant, who was not dependent on a member of the nobility. As such, a freeman was extremely unlikely to become a king. There was one instance I know of, in which a peasant lead a rebellion in Bulgaria, and was briefly king of that country. Some families were elevated from relative obscurity to the monarchy within a very few generations. Owen Tudor was an untitled steward who married…
There have been at least 10 Henry III's in Europe, including = Henry III, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire Henry III, Duke of Saxony and Bavaria Henry III, King of England Henry III, King of Castile Henry III, King of France Henry III, King of Navarre (The same King was also King Henry IV of France) There were quite a few other Dukes, Counts, etcetera who ruled small but independent states under the Title…