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The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
The hundred years' war
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The hundred years' war

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  • 1. ( 1337 – 1453 )
  • 2. THEMAIN ENEMY OFENGLAND AT THATTIME WAS FRANCE.
  • 3. FRENCHS’ WORRIES TERRITORIES ECONOMIC INFLUENCE THE CROWN
  • 4.  EDWARD III, WHO BECAME KING IN 1327, DECIDED TO RECAPTURE HIS HEREDITARY LANDS IN FRANCE.
  • 5. RESULTS OF THE WAR THEENGLISH DEVASTATED FRANCE WASTED HUGE SUMS OF MONEY KEPT ONLY THE PORT OF CALAIS
  • 6.  ENGLAND WON MANY BATTLES BECAUSE OF ITS NATIONAL UNITY, THE MILITIA AND ITS WELL TRAINED ARCHERS ABLE TO STOP THE ATTACKS OF FRENCH KNIGHTS ON HORSEBACK.
  • 7.  IN 1356, EDWAR’S SON,DEFEATED THE FRENCH AT POITIERS AND CAPTURED THE FRENCH KING. RICHARD II TRIED TO COLLECT TAXES TO PAY FOR THE WAR BUT IT WAS IMPOSSIBLE BECAUSE OF THE PEASANT REVOLT (1381)
  • 8. THE REVOLT MEANT THE BEGINNING OF THE END OF THE FEUDAL FARMING. AGRICULTURE WAS REPLACED BY SHEEP FARMING.
  • 9.  RICHARD II WAS GIVEN CREDIT FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF THE PEASANTS’ REVOLT, BUT SOON THE BARONS WERE WORRIED FOR THEIR OWN LANDS. HENRY OF BOLINGBROKE BECAME HENRY IV, ACCEPTED BY THE PARLIAMENT IN 1399.
  • 10.  HENRY IV WAS SUCCEDED BY HIS ELDEST SON, HENRY V WHO RENEWED THE HUNDRED YEARS’ WAR. HENRY TRIED TO TAKE HIS TROOPS TO CALAIS BUT THE FRENCH EXPECTED HIM NEAR THE TOWN OF AGINCOURT.
  • 11.  THEENGLISH BOWMEN, HOWEVER, ONCE AGAIN WON THE DAY, AND AGINCOURT IS ONE OF THE GREAT VICTORIES IN ENGLISH HISTORY.
  • 12.  ACCORDING TO THE TREATY OF TROYES HENRY WAS TO MARRY THE DAUGHTER OF CHARLES VI OF FRANCE AND HEIR THE THRONE.
  • 13.  THE FIGHTING IN FRANCE CONTINUED. HENRY DIED OF DYSENTERY IN 1422. THE KINGDOM WAS RULED, UNDER THE TERMS OF HENRY’S WILL, BY A COUNCIL OF NINE
  • 14. JOAN OF ARC A YOUNGPEASANT GIRL NAMED JOAN OF ARC WENT TO THE FRENCH COURT AND DECLARED THAT GOD HAD SENT HER TO SAVE FRANCE.
  • 15. TO SUM UP: THEHUNDRED YEARS’ WAR BEGAN IN 1337 AND LASTED UNTIL 1453. IT WAS A SERIES OF ATTEMPTS BY THE ENGLISH KINGS TO ESTABLISH THEIR CLAIM TO THE THRONE OF FRANCE.
  • 16. THE EFFECTS OF THEHUNDRED YEARS’ WAR THIS WAR HAS BEEN THOUGHT AS A NATIONAL WAR SINCE IT WAS FOUGHT BY MANY GROUPS WITHIN ENGLISH SOCIETY AGAINST ENEMY.

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