Hundred Years' War Comic Project
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The word 100 years war has been used by historians since the beginning of the nineteenth century the describe the long conflict that pitted the kings & kingdoms of England & France against each other in 1337 to 1453. There are two different factors that led to the conflict to the beginning. The first is that the status of the duchy of Guyenne (Aquitaine) though it belonged to the king of England. Then it remained a fief of the French crown, and the kings of England wanted an independent title. The second is that the closest relatives of the last direct Capetian king (Charles IV, who had died in 1328), the kings of England from 1337 claimed the crown of France.
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