Location and duration of unrest - Part 2


A Level


7m 25s
Key questions considered: Why were some areas of the country more prone to unrest? Why did rebels aim to seize regional capitals? Why were some periods more prone to unrest? Why did some rebellions last longer than others? Content includes: Rebellion and the peripheral areas, the importance of major towns and cities. Rebellion and the establishment of the Tudors. The problems of 1547-58. The factors affecting the duration of rebellions.


Dr Glyn Redworth

Nicholas Fellows

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