Henry VIII (1491-1547) was a King Of England, the second ruler of the Tudor dynasty. Henry was gifted and well-educated but rather fierce to his political opponents. This man knew the way to get what he wanted, and the choice of means was of little importance. In 1529 he rejected to be a subject to the Pope and the Catholic Church as he couldn't get the Pope's permission for divorce. In 1533 Henry got married to Anne Boleyn and in 1534 he established the Church of England and became the head of it. Anne Boleyn (1507-1536) was the second wife of Henry VIII and the mother of Elizabeth I. Anne was brought up in a wealthy but not very noble family. She was educated by good tutors, but her father wanted more for her and sent her to France. Arriving from France Anne became quite popular in the English court as she was rather smart and elegant, although not really beautiful. Eventually she got the King's attention. Henry VIII was so fascinated by her charms that he divorced his legal wife and broke up with the Catholic Church. This book is the collection of their letters.