Henry VIII (VI) the Sparrow (Polish: Henryk VIII Wróbel) (c. 1357 – 14 March 1397) was a Duke of Żagań–Głogów during 1368–1378 (as a co-ruler with his brothers), from 1378 ruler over Zielona Góra, Szprotawa, Kożuchów, Przemków and Sulechów, and since 1395 ruler over half of Głogów, Ścinawa and Bytom Odrzański.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_VIII_the_Sparrow
Henry VIII (VI) the Sparrow (Polish: Henryk VIII Wróbel) (c. 1357 – 14 March 1397) was a Duke of Żagań–Głogów during 1368–1378 (as a co-ruler with his brothers), from 1378 ruler over Zielona Góra, Szprotawa, Kożuchów, Przemków and Sulechów, and since 1395 ruler over half of Głogów, Ścinawa and Bytom Odrzański.
In 1381 Henry VII demanded that his younger brother Henry VIII the Sparrow pay tribute to the Duchy of Głogów. In 1383, using the internal difficulties of Poland (the period of interregnum after the death of King Louis ) and, with the help of his brothers, they had an attempt to recover Wschowa .
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Henry VIII the Sparrow was born on January 01, 1357 (died on March 14, 1397, henry VIII the Sparrow was 40 years old) . Henry VIII the Sparrow nickname was Henryk VIII Wróbel (Polish); Heinrich VIII. von Glogau (German).
Henry VIII was King of England from 1509 until his death in 1547. He is best known for six marriages and his effort to annul his first marriage, which led to the separation of the Church of ...
Finished "Six Wives: The Queens of Henry VIII" by David Starkey. I started this one because of the Tudors series on Showtime, which I'm still in the middle of, and found the two overlap quite a bit. Taking the author at his word, it is amusing that the further away we get from events of King Henry VIII's reign, the more accurate the information ...
A sparrow among a flock of doves. The Henry VIII killer has struck again. I am worried, baffled by the power of this time traveling cult, it’s tentacles wrapping England in a chokehold.
Henry Sparrow died in 1973.
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- Catherine Of Aragon. Catherine of Aragon was Henry VIII’s first wife and his longest marriage. After his brother died, Henry obtained a papal dispensation to marry his wife, Catherine, as he had been in love with her for some time.
- Anne Boleyn. Anne Boleyn became one of King Henry VIII’s wives after her own sister had been tossed aside. Mary Boleyn had had an affair with the king during his marriage to Catherine of Aragon and had been dismissed after consummating their union.
- Jane Seymour. After beheading his second wife, Henry VIII moved on to one of her ladies in waiting, Jane Seymour, marrying her just 10 days after Anne’s execution.
- Anne Of Cleves. Anne of Cleves, a German princess, was the fourth of Henry VIII’s wives and the shortest of all of his marriages. The pair were married for just six months and according to Anne, never consummated the marriage.
- Catherine Howard. Catherine Howard was the fifth of Henry VIII’s wives and the second to be beheaded – ironic, as the first to be beheaded, Anne Boleyn, was her first cousin.