Thoughts on the Fall of Anne Boleyn

By Roxana Beans

I think Henry VIII, and Jane Seymour are responsible for the execution of Anne Boleyn, because
I believe that Henry viii couldn’t get a male off, and saw a new mistress- Jane Seymour.

KNOWING about his promise to the church about how he could not get rid of Anne Boleyn the same way
he got rid of Katherine of Aragon. Anne’s enemies at court began to go against her using the King’s attentions to Jane Seymour so Thomas Cromwell began to move in action to bring down the Queen.Thomas Cromwell persuaded the King to sign a document calling for an investigation that would possibly result in charges of treason. Trusting his country and friends, encouraging the King with the thaught that Jane Seymour is the exact opposite of Anne Boleyn therefore she would have a male child. On April 30, 1536, Anne’s musician and friend for several years, Mark Smeaton, was arrested and tortured until he admitted into making ‘revelations’ about the Queen.

The whole of England know started to believe Anne had committed Charges of adultery, incest, and treason. So in the end with the help of the King’s mental mind and friends they have all came up with many unreasonable reasons for Anne to be executed.I believe half of Henry knew that Anne was innocent therefore he made sure the executioner was a good french executioner and wanted her to die less painful than everyone else.

Anne Boleyn was executed on may 19th 1536 at around 9:00-10:00am

She who has been the Queen of England on earth will today become a Queen in heaven.

I hope this is enough and I hope you liked it,

Roxana

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3 Responses to “Thoughts on the Fall of Anne Boleyn”

  1. Talk about your major set-up!!!! All the players definitely pulled this one off!!!! And how anyone could take a young childs mother away from her, to me is beyond heartless. Poor Anne. All of the emotions that must have ripped through her heart and mind up to & including her execution.

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    Christine Reply:

    I wouldn’t say “Poor Anne”. I mean Anne did what she did to Katherine of Aragon, probably not feeling too sorry about it OR that their daughter Mary was basically ripped from her home and declared illegitimate. What goes around comes around to some extend. Too bad she was executed for it, but when you play with FIRE sometimes you get burned. In her case it was an inferno!

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    Claire Reply:

    I think the responsibility for the treatment of Catherine and Mary has to lie with Henry VIII. Mary’s treatment actually got worse after Anne’s death. Henry punished his wife and daughter for what he saw as their disobedience in not recognising his authority and supremacy, he executed others who would not submit. Anne definitely sided with him but he was the one in control.

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