HIS 4a Lecture 20 The 100 Years War- Dynasty as Politics

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11-26 The 100 Years War: Dynasty as Politics • frames the nationalistic consciousness of the people in europe • The French context • government near bankruptcy • property confiscations; forced loans • Jews • took all their stuff, them kicked them out • moneylenders • often because they could not possess any other job • nobility 1-2% of population, still military in outlook • lesser nobility diminished in wealth • The English Context • famine and unemployment • ing greatly in debt to Italian and Flemish banks • English possessions n southwest France under pressure from French King • king must get consent from Commons for additional taxes • In 1328 • Philip of Valois becomes king of France • his claim equal to Isabela, mother of English King, Edward III • Philip VI took over large portions of Gascony
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