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The <br />Hundred<br />Years’<br />War<br />
War<br />Death<br />Bloodshed<br />          Land<br />
Why War?<br /><ul><li>Edward III, a feudal lord of Guienne, feared King Phillip VI of France would take his land</li></ul>...
Why War?<br />On May 24th, 1337, King Phillip VI took Guienne away from Edward.<br />The Hundred Years War was about to be...
Sluys, France<br />Edward III attacked the French fleet in Sluys<br />Nine Hours long<br />200 French ships destroyed<br /...
Crecy, France<br /><ul><li>Edward III landed in Normandy, July 1346
Came with 10,000 men
French tried 15 attacks on England
France’s army was destroyed by England</li></li></ul><li>Poiters, France<br />After six years of peace, the son of Edward ...
Beauge, France<br />French and Scottish forces combined and raided English possessions at Normandy.<br />One of the first ...
Siege of Orleans<br /><ul><li>After 80 years of war, French gained the upper hand.
5,000 troops attempted to siege Orleans.
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  1. 1. The <br />Hundred<br />Years’<br />War<br />
  2. 2. War<br />Death<br />Bloodshed<br /> Land<br />
  3. 3. Why War?<br /><ul><li>Edward III, a feudal lord of Guienne, feared King Phillip VI of France would take his land</li></ul>Edward III had actually claimed the French throne as his because his mother was Queen Isabella, but it was instead given to Phillip VI<br />
  4. 4. Why War?<br />On May 24th, 1337, King Phillip VI took Guienne away from Edward.<br />The Hundred Years War was about to begin…<br />
  5. 5. Sluys, France<br />Edward III attacked the French fleet in Sluys<br />Nine Hours long<br />200 French ships destroyed<br />16,000 men died<br />
  6. 6. Crecy, France<br /><ul><li>Edward III landed in Normandy, July 1346
  7. 7. Came with 10,000 men
  8. 8. French tried 15 attacks on England
  9. 9. France’s army was destroyed by England</li></li></ul><li>Poiters, France<br />After six years of peace, the son of Edward III raided France<br />King John II pursued their army<br />England’s army counterattacked and captured 2,000 men<br />
  10. 10. Beauge, France<br />French and Scottish forces combined and raided English possessions at Normandy.<br />One of the first defeats for England.<br />
  11. 11. Siege of Orleans<br /><ul><li>After 80 years of war, French gained the upper hand.
  12. 12. 5,000 troops attempted to siege Orleans.
  13. 13. Charles of France let Joan of Arc lead a relief force
  14. 14. The English troops soon abandoned their siege.</li></ul>“ The Church burned me at the stake, but then decided I was a saint.”<br />
  15. 15. Castillon, France<br />Final stage of the Hundred Years War.<br />In July, 1453, English forces attacked the French at Castillon.<br />The English were routed, Bordeaux became French territory.<br />
  16. 16. Conclusion<br />Although England won most of the battles, French was the official winner.<br />Taxes were raised in both France and England<br />Thousands of farms were destroyed during the battles.<br />
  17. 17. Sources:<br />http://ehistory.osu.edu/middleages/hundredyearswar/battles.cfm<br />http://www.enotes.com/history-fact-finder/war-conflict-pre-twentieth-century/what-was-hundred-years-war<br />

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