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Hundred Years' War

Presentation on the hundred years' war for history

Ben Beeler

on 4 March 2011

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Transcript of Hundred Years' War

The Hundred Years' War A series of armed conflicts over a 116 year period.
Lasted from 1337 to 1453 What? The start of conflict can be traced to 400 years earlier. The Kingdom Of England
And France were involved. New Weapons and tactics were introduced. Charles The Simple allowed vikings to settle in Frankish Lands The war was divided into four phases. a phase of English success under Edward III from 1337 to 1360
a phase from 1360 to 1400, where the French were successful in nearly driving out the English
a phase from 1400 to 1429, marked by great English victories under Henry V
a final phase from 1429 to 1453, in which France was united under the Valois kings The Bubonic Plague prevented both sides from fighting. Charles V Henry V Charles V led France to many great victories, as did Henry V with England. 1428 was when the English began to persue war again. Edward the Black Prince Edward III's son invaded France
from Gascony in 1356, and he won the Battle of Poitiers Joan of Arc led several French seiges and boosted the morall of the troops, but after she was executed, Phillip the good came to the French army's aid. The Battle of Castillon was the last battle of the Hundred Years War. This was the first time that European artillery was a deciding factor in the war. Who? Why? By: Ben Beeler
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