Editor says, what if Edward VI had lived and the Treaty of Greenwich had held? Please note that the opinions expressed in this post do not necessarily reflect the views of the author(s).
Editor says, in this article we explore a suggestion from Jackie Speel, ideas from Yahoo! Answers and NWLink, repurposing content from Wikipedia which concludes: When the Scots repudiated the treaty in December 1543 and renewed their alliance with France, Henry was enraged. In April 1544, he ordered Edward's uncle, Edward Seymour, Earl of Hertford, to invade Scotland and "put all to fire and sword, burn Edinburgh town, so razed and defaced when you have sacked and gotten what ye can of it, as there may remain forever a perpetual memory of the vengeance of God lightened upon [them] for their falsehood and disloyalty". Seymour responded with the most savage campaign ever launched by the English against the Scots. Editorial comments are entered in [light green] typeface.