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Unformatted text preview: v.Political and religious demands III. Hundred Years War a. 1337-1453 b. England and France feud over succession to throne c. English weapons superior d. Duke of Burgundy intervenes on English side e. Seesaw battle, English seem to win f. France needs miracle g. Joan of Arc is miracle i.English lay siege to Orlans ii.Peasant girl persuades Dauphin to try for victory iii.Orlans liberated iv.Dauphin goes to Reims, is crowned v.Joan captured by Burgundians, executed vi.France embraces cause, rallies against British h. Results of the War i.Feudal system begins to break down ii.English expelled from France iii.French king central power iv.Parliament stronger in England v.Wars of the Roses in England over succession...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HIST 111 taught by Professor Popiel during the Spring '08 term at Saint Louis.
- Spring '08