Was Anne Boleyn innocent?
Anne Boleyn was Henry VIII's second wife and arguably the cause of England's separation from the Roman Catholic Church and Rome because they would not permit him a divorce from his first wife, Catherine of Aragon. Her role in the Protestant Reformation is paramount. Yet Anne's rise was short lived and she was eventually accused of adultery and incest and beheaded at the Tower of London. Henry VIII would go on to marry four other women. One died in childbirth, another divorce, another beheading, and finally Henry died allowing his last wife to survive him. Historians still debate whether Anne was innocent-- i this inquiry, students will examine the evidence.