Social Studies: Decline of Feudalism

Social Studies: Decline of Feudalism

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  • We want our rights!
  • Black Plague
  • Yeah!
  • Fine!
  • Black Plague
  • We want our rights!
  • Don't let them take our rights back!
  • Not again!
  • Hundred Years War
  • Let's go. They don't need us anymore.
  • We are professionals!!!
  • When the plague hit, power shifted from the nobles to common people from the lack of workers. The workers that survived the plague demanded more money and rights
  • Hundred Years War
  • God bless England!
  • God bless France!
  • The nobles once tried to return the system from before the plague, but peasant revolts broke out against it.
  • Magna Carta
  • We finally get more rights!
  • From when the Hundred Years War started, kings collected taxes and raised professional armies for the need of soldiers, so kings didn't rely so much on nobles to supply knights for the army, shifting power away from the nobles.
  • Growth of Towns and Markets
  • No!!!
  • The war also made both, the English and the French, developed a certain nationalism that shifted power away from the nobles.
  • The Magna Carta was a very important document that gave more power and rights to the nobles.
  • Magna Carta
  • The common people that used to be a part of the feudal lord's domain left because of the taxes and went to growing towns and markets.
  • Feudal lord
  • We hate you!!
  • Direction to town!!!
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