By A. L. Rowse
This booklet tells the tale in point of view of the background of britain. of which it deals an epitome. It levels from the Norman kings, who created it to the abdication of Edward VIII in our time. The fortress has been the scene of many old occasions: King Johns place of dwelling there whereas negotiating the Magna Carta within the meadows less than Runnymede the arrest of Sir Walter Raleigh at the Terrace the military debates and judgements to deliver Charles I to trial on the finish of the Civil battle.
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In 1536 came the crisis of Henry's reign. At the end of January Anne was delivered of a son - dead. But at the beginning of the month Catherine had died. So Henry could now make a clearance, and begin again. He was already in love with pale, innocent Jane Seymour. On 19 May Queen Anne was executed in the Tower - whether guilty or no of the charges, she had led a dangerous tiger of a man a dreadful dance. On 30 May Henry married Jane. That autumn there broke out in Lincolnshire the rebellion known as the Pilgrimage of Grace.
Windsor Castle means or another' he was to get hold of Lincohi, camp in the Close 'with an eye round about so that no man stir again but he be straight had by the head and hanged'. But now news came that 'the greater part of Yorkshire be up and the whole country to favour their opinions - the same that were to the country reported in Lincolnshire. ' Henry was alarmed by this new and larger movement; 'his Majesty appeareth to fear much this matter, and has no great trust in Darcy'. ) Here was the nub of the matter.
One doesn't think of the secret and taciturn father, to whom the Tudors viii place and in its folklore. He to built the everything, so much as of the extrovert son, a big bully of a man who turned after his Yorkist grandfather, addicted to out-of-door and martial sports, overlarge and running to fat, with more than an eye for women, owed - and always popular (which his father never was). The new reign opened in great jollity and Henry enjoyed himself hugely for years - until he found himself caught in revolutionary currents and forced to take control.
Windsor Castle in the History of England by A. L. Rowse