Hundred Years' War

Hundred Years' War

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  • Prachi Patel Period 1
  • The Hundred Years’ War had started because of Charles IV, the king of France, he had died without a son. Meaning no one could succeed him. However,  Edward III, who was also the king of England at the time, believed that he was the closest living relative to Charles IV. He believed that he had the right to the throne. However, Charles IV also had a cousin named Philip VI who also thought he should be the king. This started the war between the French and the English that lasted 116 years, known as the Hundred Years War.
  • Battle of Agincourt
  • We have them right where we want them. We got this!
  • What could possibly go wrong? All they have are longbows. 
  • Joan of Arc tells Charles VII that God told her to lead his army
  • What could possibly happen? You think they set me on fire or something.
  • Siege of Orleans
  • Once we shall win this battle it will be a turning point in the war.
  • As a result of the Hundred Years’ War, the population decreased, famine was a severe problem, and lands were destroyed. Thus, the Hundred Years’ War began to move Europe out of the Middle Ages and into the Renaissance. Nationalism grew Feudalism was dying, and parliament won power in England.
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