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The Execution of Lady Jane Grey
Who was Lady Jane Grey? She was designated queen by young king of England Edward Seymour (the son and successor of Henry VIII of England, as you remember). But when he died in 1553, she managed to be queen for only about 2 weeks, because Henry's daughter Mary Tudor had many supporters and so became queen the same year. The 17 year old Lady Jane Grey, though she didn't plot against Queen Mary herself, became a symbol of resistance and Protestantism and so became dangerous to the Catholic politics of Mary. Queen Mary had her executed for "high treason" in 1554.

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