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Ann of Cleves

Julia Hamilton

Ann of Cleves

by Julia Hamilton

  • 18 Want to read
  • 19 Currently reading

Published by Ballantine Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Non-Classifiable,
  • Nonfiction - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatMass Market Paperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10681494M
    ISBN 100345206460
    ISBN 109780345206466

      Many books that are a combined biography of all six of Henry’s wives often afford this Anne comparatively little space which is a pity. I have greatly enjoyed and have re-read several times Elizabeth Norton’s excellent biography of Anne of Cleves which I would recommend to anyone with a real interest in Henry’s wives/5(6).   Starting with what Anne’s life as a child and young woman was like, the author describes the climate of the Cleves court, and the achievements of Anne’s siblings. It looks at the political issues on the Continent that transformed Anne’s native land of Cleves – notably the court of Anne’s brother-in-law, and its influence on.

    Anne of Cleves (9/22/ –7/16/), Henry VIII’s fourth wife, was the luckiest of all six. Escaping both sex and scalpel, her six-month-long marriage was annulled without consummation and she lived to see the coronation of Queen Mary, unlike the other dead, decapitated, or divorced queens. Anne, the little girl from Dusseldorf, was last on everyone’s [ ]. Where this book scores well is in the information on the political background in Cleves and Germany as a whole – it is very useful to see Anne in the context of the alliance with the Schmalkaldic League, and the ins and outs of the alliance of the late s.

      Anne of Cleves was the fourth wife of King Henry VIII and many say the most lucky of his six wives. Anne was born in to John III, Duke of Cleves and Maria of Jülich-Berg in Düsseldorf, Germany. She and her sister Amelia were both considered as a future wife to Henry VIII – Anne . 9. When did Anne of Cleves die? a) 6 January b) 1 April c) 16 July d) 2 December Where did Anne of Cleves die? a) Dresden b) Berlin c) Hamburg d) London. Anne of Cleves Quiz Questions with Answers. 1. When was Anne of Cleves born? c) 15 September 2. Where was Anne of Cleves born? b) Dusseldorf. 3. Who was Anne of.


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