Why did Henry VIII's foreign policy fail?

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A Levels History (Henry VIII 1509-1540) Mind Map on Why did Henry VIII's foreign policy fail?, created by Eva Clifton on 04/12/2014.
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Why did Henry VIII's foreign policy fail?
1 Military Glory
1.1 keep wanting war despite lack of money (1525)
1.2 1512-13 3 attempts at invading France - persistence
2 rivalry with Francis
2.1 3 invasions between 1512-13
2.2 1520 Field of the Cloth of Gold - to upstage Francis
3 lack of money
3.1 1513 French invasions
3.2 1517 gave Maximillian £20K
3.3 1523 3 Pronged Attack £200K
3.4 1523 Parliament wouldn't give money
3.5 1520 Field of the Cloth of Gold cost a whole years income
3.6 1525 gave Charles V £20K
3.7 1525 Amicable Grant rebellion - failed to raise money
4 lack of support
4.1 1523 3 Pronged Attack - Charles V wouldn't support the Duke of Bourbon's rebellion against Francis - failed
5 unfaithful/unreliable allies
5.1 1517 and 1525 - Max and Charles took money and did nothing with it
5.2 1523 - Charles wouldn't join 3 Pronged Attack
5.3 1525 - Charles wouldn't let Henry go to war
6 balance of Power
6.1 1519 - Maximillian dies - end of the Treaty of London
6.2 Charles V owns two thirds of Europe as King of Spain and Holy Roman Emperor
6.3 1515 Louis XII dies - end of the Treaty of St Germain en Laye
6.4 1525 Battle of Pavia - Charles V wouldn't support Henry
6.5 1527 Sack of Rome - Charles V has control over the Pope
6.6 1517 Treaty of Cambrai - peace between Spain, Holy Roman Empire and France, England is left out - 'laughing stock of Europe'
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