Lecture 27-Hundred Years War - Hundred Years War 1337-1453...

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Hundred Years War & Joan of Arc Key Terms : Salic Law Battle of Sluys Battle of Crécy Battle of Poitiers Battle of Agincourt Joan of Arc Topics : Introduction Causes Significant
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Europe in 1328 House of  Valois (France) House of  Plantagenet (England)
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Battle of Sluys (aka Battle of l’ É cluse) (June 24, 1340)  
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Battle of Crécy (August 26, 1346) First Major English Victory Crossbow Longbow
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Battle of Poitiers (September 19, 1356) 2nd Major English Victory
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Suit of Armor Weaponry at Battle of Agincourt  (October 25, 1415)  English Victory
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Joan d’arc Maid of Orl é ans (La Pucelle d’Orl é ans )  (1411-1431)
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Military Formation During Hundred Years War (at Battle of Agincourt)
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Unformatted text preview: Hundred Years War 1337-1453 1337 - Philip VI of France confiscates Aquitaine 1346 - English longbowmen defeat French knights at Crécy 1356 - English defeat French at Poitiers 1370s–1380s - French recover some territory 1415 - English defeat the French at Agincourt 1429 - French victory at Orléans; Charles VII crowned king 1431 - Joan of Arc declared a heretic and burned at the stake 1440s - French reconquer Normandy and Aquitaine 1453 - War ends 1456 - Joan cleared of charges of heresy and declared a martyr...
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