The Decline of Feudalism: Hundred Years' War

The Decline of Feudalism: Hundred Years' War
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  • The Decline of Feudalism by Evelyn Amparo
  • It's my land!!!
  • NO! It's mine!
  • Fuedalism is the economic system form medieval Europe. The decline of feudalism is the weakening of that system.
  • The Hundred Years' War was a series of wars fought by France and England between 1337 and 1453. It was not really fighting for 100 years.
  • Let's get them out of here!!!
  • The wars started when Philip VI and King Edward III fought over who owned certain parts of land in France.
  • OH NO!!!
  • I don't need lords! I'm the king, I can just pay commoners to fight for me!
  • Both commoners and knights fought in the war because England was outnumbered.
  •  Joan of Arc inspired French armies to finally drive the English out of France.
  • The war shifted power from lords to monarchs and common people. Kings nom longer needed nobles for armies when the king started paying commoners to fight.
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