Why Did Lady Jane Grey Only Rule for 9 Days?

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According to the Tudor's history, Lady Jane Grey ruled for nine days only since she resigned from the throne. According to her, she had taken a seat on the throne simply because she wanted reverence for her parents and because Mary, the right queen came back to the land from captivity. She was later tried and killed for treason when Queen Mary assumed office.
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because Mary wanted to be queen so she got an executor to kill her so Mary could rule England.
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Lady Jane Grey was executed at the Tower of London on February 12, 1554, for treason, as her brief rule as Queen broke the laws of England.
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Hi Gary, The rise of Mary Tudor (Queen Mary I) effectively ended the reign of Jane. While Jane is almost always included in the story of the Tudors, she is not usually considered
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Lady Jane Grey was only 16 years and is said to have fainted when the idea was first put to her that she should become Queen . In the end she reluctantly permitted Edward, and her
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