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By 1600, England became a radically different nation in which family, work, religion, and politics were radically altered. In this Brief History, Tudor historian and expert DerekWilson describes the dramatic changes that occurred to England, how the nation became Protestant, and why it still matters today.
Why the English reformation was such a turning point in English history and why it still matters today.
About the Author
Derek Wilson is a renowned Tudor historian. He is the author of over thirty books including The Uncrowned Kings of England, Sir Francis Walsingham, The Lions Court, the award-winning A Brief History of the Circumnavigators, and recent biographies of Charlemaigne, Martin Luther, and Hans Holbein (Pimlico). He is the founder of the Cambridge History festival.
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