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History Map Ireland

The title of King of Ireland was re-created in 1542 by Henry VIII, then King of England, of the Tudor dynasty

The title of King of Ireland was re-created in 1542 by Henry VIII, then King of England, of the Tudor dynasty

History Map Ireland

by Zuzana Hunadyova
History Map Ireland
History Map Ireland
History Map Ireland

What is it about?

The title of King of Ireland was re-created in 1542 by Henry VIII, then King of England, of the Tudor dynasty. English rule of law was reinforced and expanded in Ireland during the latter part of the 16th century, leading to the Tudor conquest of Ireland. A near complete conquest was achieved by the turn of the 17th century, following the Nine Years' War and the Flight of the Earls.

History Map Ireland

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Version
1.1
Rating
NA
Size
30Mb
Genre
Navigation Education
Last updated
March 8, 2016
Release date
March 26, 2015
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The title of King of Ireland was re-created in 1542 by Henry VIII, then King of England, of the Tudor dynasty. English rule of law was reinforced and expanded in Ireland during the latter part of the 16th century, leading to the Tudor conquest of Ireland. A near complete conquest was achieved by the turn of the 17th century, following the Nine Years' War and the Flight of the Earls.
An extraordinary climatic shock known as the "Great Frost" struck Ireland and the rest of Europe between December 1739 and September 1741, after a decade of relatively mild winters. The winters destroyed stored crops of potatoes and other staples and the poor summers severely damaged harvests. This resulted in the famine of 1740.
These are only short excerpts from history of the Ireland.
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