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Unformatted text preview: 3-4 From a King's War to a People's War: Henry V and Joan of Arc Edward III (1312-1377) 65 year reign Richard II (1377-1399) 22 year reign Henry IV (1399-1413) 14 year reign Henry V (1432-1422) son of Henry IV who usurped the throne from Richard I great grandson of Edward III revived the claim to french throne the heroic subject of 3 plays by shakespeare: Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2, Henry V England still possessed port of Calais and hinterland around Bordeaux the Agincourt Campaign 1415 Henry V invaded France in late summer to regain lands agreed in Treaty of Bretigny, 1360 English army recruited by nobles and knights no feudal army the army did not march deep into France the numbers England France 6,000 infantry 10,000 infantry 9,000 cavalry 6,600 cavalry 5,000 archers 4,000 crossbowman the battle lasted 1 hour the Grim Tally 600 French nobles killed 1,000 French combatants captured 6,000 French died English losses: 300 combatants King of England the presence of heralds recorded the events agreement on the name of the battle Henry returned in triumph to England those who could not provide a ransom were slaughtered melds the English society at on his pride and ambitions became part of the people's pride and ambitions the beginnings of nationalism the Maid of Orlans may 1429: Joan led the army that raised the siege of Orlans June 1429: the Dauphin was crowned King Charles VIII ...
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2008 for the course HIS 121 C taught by Professor Mckee during the Winter '07 term at UC Davis.
- Winter '07
- Middle Ages