Hundred Years War
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The Hundred Years War
Edward III was already crowned king of England but he is the next heir to the French Throne.
I Edward III deserve to be king of England and France
Get out of here! You can only be heir to one throne!
At the Battle of Agincourt, the English was outnumbered but the mud helped assist the English in winning this battle.
Don't mess with the English!
Yes, Joan of Arc, lead my army into victory
King Charles lets Joan of Arc lead the French army in the Siege of Orleans.
God sent me here, in your presence, to lead our army to fight for the city of Orleans.
In the Siege of Orleans, Joan of Arc is able to take ahold the city of Orleans but she is burned as a religious sacrifice.
This is our town! This is the city of Orleans, the city that belongs to us!
The end of the Hundred Years War caused many people to leave the country. The government started taxing people and feudalism was no longer taking place. People weren't worried about the lords, they cared more about their country.
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