Tudor England and its Neighbours by Glenn Richardson, Susan Doran

This book, Tudor England and its Neighbours by Glenn Richardson, Susan Doran, is one of the books I have on my to-read list from the University. It was a great read, as it offers quite different perspectives. Glenn Richardson and Susan Doran are editors, while each chapter is authored by another historian. They too have a chapter each.

Tudor England and its Neighbours by Glenn Richardson, Susan Doran

All the chapters are very well researched and filled with interesting information. Each chapter touches on different aspects of the foreign relations and thus some might by easier than others, both due to the style of the author and of the subject discussed. I’m going to share a list with the chapters and their authors at the end of the post, so you can see if this is something that might interest you.

Tudor England and its Neighbours by Glenn Richardson, Susan Doran

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My rating: 5/5 Stars
Would I recommend it: Yes
Published by: Palgrave Macmillan
Year it was published: 2005
Format: Paperback
Genre(s): History
Pages: 277

About the author:
England’s International Relations 1485 – 1509: Continuities amidst Change by John Currin
Eternal Peace, Occasional War: Anglo-French Relations under Henry VIII by Glenn Richardson
Towards an Ideological Foreign Policy: Henry VIII and Lutheran Germany, 1531-47 by Rory McEntegart
Mid-Tudor Foreign Policy and Diplomacy: 1547-63 by David Potter
Seeking a Protestant Alliance and Liberty of Conscience on the Continent, 1558-85 by David Trim
The State of the World is Marvellously Changed: England, Spain, and Europe, 1558-1604 by Pauline Croft
Loving and Affectionate Cousins? The Relationship between Elizabeth I and James VI of Scotland by Susan Doran
The Crucible of War: English Foreign Policy, 1589-1603 by Paul Hammer
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