George W. Bernard

George W. Bernard is a British historian who specializes in the reign of King Henry VIII, specifically the English Reformation of the 1530s – both in England and globally – and the "reign" of Anne Boleyn. He is most famous for his arguments for the strength of Henry VIII as a ruler not controlled by faction, and for his theory that Anne Boleyn was guilty of adultery in 1536, based on a poem by Lancelot de Carles. He is commonly pitted up against David Starkey and Eric Ives, who forcefully present the opposite argument. Since 1981, he has taught at the University of Southampton as Professor of Early Modern History. He works alongside a former student, Mark Stoyle. In 2001–11 he was editor of the ''English Historical Review''. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Bernard, G. W.
Published 2007
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by Bernard, G. W.
Published 2000
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by Bernard, G. W.
Published 2010
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by Bernard, G. W.
Published 2003
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by Bernard, G. W.
Published 1986
...Bernard, G.W. War, taxation, and rebellion in early Tudor England....
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by Bernard, G. W.
Published 2012
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by Bernard, G. W.
Published 2003
...Bernard, G.W. Studying at university....
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by Bernard, G. W.
Published 2010
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by Bernard, G. W.
Published 2010
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Published 1992
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by Walsingham, Edward, -1663.
Published 1910
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by Loach, Jennifer.
Published 2002
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Published 2002
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