A Great Impact on History

| February 17, 2011

A Great Impact on History

The impact that Anne Boleyn’s life and death had on history can be viewed in two ways – by the short-term impact that Anne’s life and death had on the contemporary history of the Tudor age, and the long-term effect that it has had on world history in the centuries since her execution. At the […]

The Legacy of Queen Anne Boleyn

| February 17, 2011

The Legacy of Queen Anne Boleyn

Ask people to name just one of King Henry VIII’s six wives and the chances are they will name Anne Boleyn. Love her or hate her, she led an amazing, though brief, life and her untimely death still courts interest and debate 475 years later. Although she died still a young woman and was Queen […]

Her Name Echoes Through History

| February 17, 2011

Her Name Echoes Through History

Anne Boleyn is most certainly one of history’s most famous people. Of course her name echoes through history; she was a magnetic, charming and intelligent woman centuries ahead of her time. Her life and death changed the world as we know it. Absolutely amazing how a woman, less than a person in those times, could […]

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 […]

Anne Boleyn and Elizabeth I’s Golden Age

| June 7, 2010

Anne Boleyn and Elizabeth I’s Golden Age

Author Robert Parry has written a series of articles over at The Elizabeth Files – see Cambridge Connections and Cambridge Connections Part 2 – where he examines what Anne Boleyn was actually doing when she asked her chaplain Matthew Parker to make sure that her daughter, Elizabeth, was looked after if anything happened to her. […]