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The Hundred Years War . 1337 – 1453 The Plague 1348 – 1350. How did the war begin?. French King Charles IV died in 1328 with no male heir. Two men attempted to claim the vacant throne Edward III of England, son-in-law of Charles IV Philip of Valois, nephew of Charles

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the hundred years war

The Hundred Years War

1337 – 1453

The Plague

1348 – 1350

how did the war begin
How did the war begin?
  • French King Charles IV died in 1328 with no male heir.
  • Two men attempted to claim the vacant throne
    • Edward III of England, son-in-law of Charles IV
    • Philip of Valois, nephew of Charles
  • English armies attacked France
how did the nature of warfare change
How did the nature of warfare change?
  • Longbows eliminated advantages of armor
  • Cannons could be used to blast holes in castles
  • Monarchs used armies recruited from common people
who was joan of arc and how did she change the course of the war
Who was Joan of Arc and how did she change the course of the war?
  • Young French peasant woman who was inspired by God to save France
  • Convinced Charles VII to let her lead an army against the English in 1429
  • Helped push the English armies out of central France
  • Was captured, accused of heresy and burned at the stake in 1431; was sainted in 1922
how did the war contribute to the end of feudalism in france
How did the war contribute to the end of Feudalism in France
  • People became more patriotic, more devoted to the monarch than their feudal lord.
  • Monarchs built huge armies with the taxes they collected, which reduced the power of nobles.