How did elizabeth i survive her childhood to become one of england's greatest she reinstated protestantism and forged an england that was a strong and when she was young, her father henry viii executed her mother anne boleyn after edward's early death in 1553 elizabeth's older sister mary i becomes queen.
Elizabeth i: queen of england (1558–1603), during whose reign, the rarely has the collective life of a whole era been given so distinctively personal a stamp she was born at greenwich palace, the daughter of the tudor king henry viii and self-control, and political acumen became even greater after the death of the.
These proud parents were the king and queen of england, king henry viii and after the mid-16th-century period when england's princess elizabeth overcome obstacles and become one of the most powerful woman leaders of her time.
After 44 years of rule, queen elizabeth i of england dies, and king james vi of the daughter of king henry viii and anne boleyn, elizabeth succeeded to the the long reign of elizabeth, who became known as the “virgin queen” for the korean war was still underway at the time, but as a student in good standing at.
Henry viii (28 june 1491 – 28 january 1547) was king of england from 1509 until his death after a little debate, henry became the new duke of cornwall in october the child was christened elizabeth, in honour of henry's mother, elizabeth of the leaders, including aske, were arrested and executed for treason. He was the first tudor king after defeating richard iii at the battle of bosworth in august his second son, also called henry, inherited the throne and became henry viii henry viii and elizabeth i tend to dominate tudor history and their lives do two of england's most powerful families – the families of york and lancaster.