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The Hundred Years' War
Updated: 10/1/2020
The Hundred Years' War
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  • Origins of the Hundred Years' War
  • "I Edward III, king of England am entitled to the French throne."
  • Edward III wanted to be the King of France but the French were not to fond of the idea so they refused his claim.
  • Edward III was not happy about what had happened which soon led to a war between England and France. Which lasted from 1337 to1453.
  • Battle of Agincourt
  • "This armor is so heavy, how much you wanna bet we're going to sink in the mud."
  • The Battle of Agincourt was the last victory for the English against the French. The English won with only 8,500 men compared to the French with 50,000 men. Crossbows helped the English defeat the French during the battle.
  • Joan of Arc
  • Joan of Arc was a 17 year old girl that claimed God had told her to lead the French army and save France. Charles VII gave her a chance. She was a great asset helping them to several victories and inspired the French.
  • Before
  • Unfortunately she was taken captive my the English and burned at the stake as a heretic in 1431.
  • After
  • Siege of Orleans
  • I wonder if getting hit by arrows hurts?
  • Will it kill me?
  • YAY!!!!
  • Battle of Castillon
  • WOOHOO!!!!
  • YAY!!!!
  • The French developed new tactics that helped them to victories. Until in 1453 which in this war the French had won nearly all their landholdings back and The Hundred Years' War was finally over.
  • Results/Impact of the Hundred Years' War
  • The Siege of Orleans helped create a turning point for the French during the war in 1429. It was very important to the French and to Charles VII. In the end, the French had won.
  • NO MORE WAR!!!!
  • The Hundred Years’ War led to a major impact on Europe in a good way. Europe began to move out of the Middle Ages. Nationalism grew, parliament gained power, and recovery from the Black Death helped the increase in the European population.
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