Joan of Arc
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Born around the year 1412, Joan of Arc was the daughter of a tenant farmer from the village of Domrémy, in northeastern France.
At the age of 13, Joan began to hear voices, which she stated that were from God to give her a mission of saving France by expelling its enemies, and to install Charles as its rightful king.
Even though she had no military training, Joan convinced the embattled crown prince Charles of Valois to allow her to lead a French army to Orleans.
She is telling the truth.
Very well then. You can lead the army.
With the permission of leading the army, Joan ended up leading victory over the English and their French allies, the Burgundians.
The young 19th year old ended up being burned at stake after she was captured by Anglo-Burgundian forces. She was accused for witchcraft, heresy and among other things .
She was recognized as a Roman Catholic saint more than 500 years later, on May 16, 1920. Then 20 years later a new trial ordered by Charles VII cleared her name. She known was known as the Maid of Orléans
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