Why Was Lady Jane Grey Only Queen for 9 Days?

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Lady Jane Grey is known as The Nine Days' Queen as she was queen for only nine days. When Jane was told that she was queen because the king had died, she said that she did not want to be queen. Her sister Mary escaped from captivity and demanded that Jane renounce her title. Jane complied with her sister's demand.
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Lady Jane Grey was only Queen for nine days because someone took over. It was Mary Tudor who ousted her from the throne, because she felt she had a stronger claim to be monarch than
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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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