An Indubitable Impact

| February 17, 2011

An Indubitable Impact

Anne Boleyn’s impact on history is indubitable; almost 475 years after her death people still speak of her whether good or bad. Her fate was tragic but her life was extraordinary. Anne’s influence on King Henry VII inevitably sealed the fate of England. Her interests in religious reform inspired Henry towards the reformation. Anne Boleyn […]

The Imagined Face of Anne Boleyn

| February 17, 2011

The Imagined Face of Anne Boleyn

When considering a historical figure’s impact, we customarily look toward large, sweeping changes and try to sort out that person’s special role. Thanks to the painstaking work of Tudor historians, it is now certain that Anne Boleyn was a major catalyst for the cause of religious Reformation in England, that she helped introduce a new […]

Impact on History

| February 17, 2011

In February 2011 The Anne Boleyn Files ran an article competition to celebrate its 2 year anniversary. The article had to be based on the question “Did the Life and Death of Anne Boleyn make an impact on history and, if so, how and why?”. Here are the entries:- Did the Life and Death of […]

Execution – Was it Anne Boleyn’s Only Claim to Fame?

| May 26, 2009

Execution – Was it Anne Boleyn’s Only Claim to Fame?

This blog post was inspired by a comment I received from an Anne Boleyn Files visitor who said:- “I think that what most are forgetting is that Anne was only great because of her tragic end, she would never have been mentioned except she was the first Queen to be executed.” I actually don’t agree […]

Addicted to Anne Boleyn

| May 19, 2009

Addicted to Anne Boleyn

There is something about Anne Boleyn that still fascinates us and inspires us today, more than 500 years after her birth. On this page you will find articles written by Anne Boleyn Files visitors about Anne and you can also read some poetry written about Anne if you click here. Anne Boleyn Articles As part […]