Posted By Claire on May 18, 2020
Queen Anne Boleyn’s execution was scheduled for this day in 1536, 18th May, and the queen actually wasn’t told that her execution had been postponed until later that day. Can you imagine how that must have felt?
How did Anne prepare herself? Why was her execution postponed? What exactly happened on this day in 1536? Let me tell you more…
And today’s “on this day” video is about a Welshman who was executed for his part in Wyatt’s Rebellion:
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