Henry V of the Triple Monarchy of England-Castille-Portugal was born in 1572 as the son of Henry IV and his wife, a Castillian noblewoman. He was one of the most gifted Plantagenet kings. In 1606 he was accepted as king of Ireland, after the death of king Alexander V of Scotland; in 1599, he agreed with the French king François III to divide the crown of Aragon; and 1615, he was elected Polish king too, albeit for a short time.
In 1605, he wanted to find the way to China and India by going west and thus sponsored an expedition of four ships starting from the Atlantean west coast. However, the journeys are struck by an extreme case of bad luck, since none of them returned.
Henry V died in 1620, to be succeeded by his son Henry VI.
|Predecessor:||Henry V Plantagenet (Chaos)||Successor:|
|Henry IV||Henry V||Henry VI|
|Alexander II|| Henry I ||Henry II|
|Enrique V|| Enrique VI ||Enrique VII|
|Henrique II|| Henrique III ||Henrique IV|
|Ludwik|| Henryk V ||Eryk|