(Not So) Fun Fact: Downfall of King Henry VII’s Most Trusted Advisors

Fun facts about King Henry VII

Richard Empson and Edmund Dudley were two of King Henry VII’s closest advisors. When King Henry VIII took the throne, he knew that these two ministers were not popular in England for their financial decisions during the reign of his father. So he exaggerated some charges and both men were eventually executed.

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