PRINCESS MARY'S HOUSEHOLD AND THE SUCCESSION CRISIS, JULY 1553

@article{Whitelock2007PRINCESSMH,
  title={PRINCESS MARY'S HOUSEHOLD AND THE SUCCESSION CRISIS, JULY 1553},
  author={Anna Whitelock and D. Macculloch},
  journal={The Historical Journal},
  year={2007},
  volume={50},
  pages={265 - 287}
}
This article reconsiders Mary Tudor's victory in the succession crisis of July 1553. It challenges the traditional interpretation which accounts for Mary's unexpected triumph as the result of a ‘spontaneous’ rising of the East Anglian gentry. Instead it reclaims a central role for Mary's household affinity in the succession crisis and as such presents a longer-term perspective than accounts of Mary's coup d’état have provided hitherto. It concludes by pointing to the implications of the role of… Expand
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