Ch 12 outline - 4 Ships III East A Drang nach Osten B Turks...

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1 Chap. 12: Black Death, Hundred Years’ War
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I. Black Death A. Causes 1. Cold, wet weather 2. Famines B. Black Death itself 1. Geographic spread 2. Method of transmission 3. Contributing factors 4. Result 5. Beliefs C. Consequences 1. Inheritance of property (same amount of wealth spread around fewer people) 2. Drop in prices 3. Increase in wages 4. Movement of labor 5. Responses II. Changes in warfare A. Paid army 1. Soldiers, not feudal knights, were paid money. 2. New skills needed. 3. Gunpowder
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Ships III. East A. Drang nach Osten B. Turks invade Balkan peninsula in 15 th century, 1453 take Constantinople IV. Hundred Years = War (1337-1453) B France and England A. Immediate cause B two successors to French throne B. Three stages 1. First stage 2. Second stage 3. Third stage V. Problems in dynastic rule A. Pretty ridiculous B. Feudal basis (land for military service) undermined C. Regencies...
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