We have replaced our Free Report on the fall of Anne Boleyn with an Anne Boleyn Files Welcome Pack which includes:-
- FREE 12 page report “The Fall of Anne Boleyn – The Most Happy”
- Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII Booklist – THE best books on Anne and Henry, the ones I use on a regular basis
- Primary Source list – A huge list of contemporary sources, with links, regarding Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII. Just perfect for your research.
The Fall of Anne Boleyn is a fascinating story – one of passion, conspiracy, lies, injustice and bloodshed – and now you can read more about it, and my own opinions on it, in my FREE 12 page report - “The Fall of Anne Boleyn – The Most Happy”.
In “The Fall of Anne Boleyn”, I use the opinions of well-known historians and historical evidence to examine what caused Anne Boleyn to fall from grace. I examine Thomas Cromwell’s motives, explore whether Henry himself was involved in the conspiracy, look at what Anne’s own role was in her downfall and give details of the key events that led up to the execution of Anne Boleyn.
Why did Cromwell have to get rid of Anne? Did Henry know that she was innocent? Had Henry fallen out of love with Anne? Who else was involved in the conspiracy? Why did she have to be executed? Why did Anne not speak out at her execution? – These are all questions I pose and attempt to answer.
I really hope that you enjoy this report as much as I enjoyed writing it!
Anne Boleyn Book List
You could fill your bookcase with books on Anne Boleyn, the Six Wives and Henry VIII, but which ones are the best?
I spend every day researching Anne Boleyn’s life and Tudor history so I can recommend the very best books for you. This book list will prevent you from spending money on books which just don’t help. Let me be your guide through the history section of your bookstore.
Books by historians are great but there is now a vast collection of primary sources, i.e. chronicles and letters written in the 16th century, available online. I have put together a list of them and given URL links so you can browse them from the comfort of your armchair. Just don’t blame me when you spend a whole day lost in the 16th century!