England’s History: The Execution of Anne Boleyn 1536

This account of Anne Boleyn’s fall from royal favor was written by the Spanish ambassador Eustace Chapuys, in a letter to Emperor Charles V. Chapuys despised Anne; she returned the feeling. He was the chief adviser and confidante of Henry VIII’s first wife, Katharine of Aragon. He did not recognize the king’s marriage to Anne […]

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