Joan of Arc

Joan of Arc

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  • What??  You want me to save the French??
  • Joan of Arc was only 13 when she made a difference.  She heard voices in her head that led her to what she became.  These voices told her very important things that needed to happen.  The voices first told her that the dolphin of France would need to become king.  Then they told her that she needed to do the best that she could to free the French from the English.  Though this was impossible for a girl in this time.
  • Though it was nearly impossable for a girl to do such taskes in this time some would have given up, but not Joan of Arc.  She disguised herself as a boy by cutting her hair and 
  • I need solders and people to help me crown the dolphene of France
  • She was then accepted into the army, with a coat of armor given to her by the commander and a sword that they found behind the alter in a church.  She rode into battle with the solders giving them new hope that they will live through this.  She got shot with a arrow, pulled it out herself then kept going.  After the battle, she brought the king there to be crowned.  Though she wasn't liked by the king because of her social power.
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  • We want our ransome!!!!
  • She was caught in another battle with only around 300 people.  Most of her army had abandoned her after the other long battles.  She tried to retreat but the city that she was retreating to closed the draw bridge trapping her outside.  The king then spred rumers that she was a witch and a heretic.  So, no one paied the ransome to get her back.
  • The French finally got her back to put her on trial herself.  They asked her lots of questions about her witchcraft while the fire was slowly burning under her.  The questions that she answered were all answered correectly to the people and she had decided to be burnt at the stake with a cross in her hand proving her loyalty to god.
  • Burn baby burn
  • Her case was reopened in 1455 and proven not July at 1920.  Now she has been made a chatline saint.  She is one of the most worshiped saints in France.  If she was in our time she would have been digonosed with lots of mental illnesses.
  • Not guilty!      Saint Joan!  Saint Joan!  Saint Joan!
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