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I can't believe it has been 20 years since the Hundred Years' War ended!
I will tell you, son.
What is the Hundred Years' War?
The Hundred Years' War 1337-1453
Me neither, Betty. Such tragedy!
The most important battle, The Battle of Agincourt, was a military conflict in which English longbow devastated the French army and their knights. Led by Henry V of England. About 400 English were killed, and 6000 French killed.
Fascinating. What else happened in the Hundred Years' War?
Battle of Agincourt October 25, 1415
The English ended up winning.
But thank lord for Joan of Arc. Joan tried to convince Charles to allow her to lead at the army at Orleans. She traveled in armor with the men and convinced the English not to fight because she heard angles and saints speaking to her.
Yes indeed. She was born in 1412, and was a supporter of Charles, French son of king and certainly did not want a foreign king. She had strong beliefs from the beginning.
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