His legacy. (17/17)

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Henry’s VIII chief legacy is unquestionably the beginning of the English Reformation, which separated England from the Catholic Church in Rome and promoted the reigning monarch of England to the position of the newly founded Church of England. However, he is also remembered for his six wives, and the brutality with which he governed many of his subjects, especially in the later years of his reign. Both a monster of tradition and an influential reformer, he is regarded as one of most controversial English monarchs of all time.

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