English history

Henry VIII still dominates Tudor history, casting a long shadow into the twenty-first century that tends to throw shade upon
No less valuable are the helpful directions at the end of each chapter on how to get to the places by the most convenient and time-saving route.
What did Anne Boleyn look like? According to the distinguished historian Eric Ives, the Anne depicted on the reconstructed commemorative medal pictured below is "as close to the real Anne Boleyn as we shall ever be able to get."...
By her own confession, philosopher Susan Bordo is obsessed with Anne Boleyn. The very cover of her new book alerts the reader to the fact they are about to experience something more than straightforward history.
With all the exposure that the Internet provides, "sex" is as mundane a word today as "bread" and "water". Mind, I say *word*. It is remarkably absent from the language until the very sunrise of the 20th Century.
He was born on 2 October 1452 in Northamptonshire. His early years were dominated by the Wars of the Roses, which his father
Horrible Histories' Greg Jenner has recently put forward a very decent case against St George being the patron saint of England