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FEUDALITY (from 887 to 1483) » One Hundred Years old war
French history in 100 tables
by Paul Lehugeur
ORIGINS (of 58 front. J.-C. with 887)
FEUDALITY (from 887 to 1483)
MONARCHY (of 1483 to 1789)
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The Martyrdom of Jeanne d' Arc redoubles the hatred of the nation against the English; the duke of Burgundy separates from them and reconciles himself with Charles VII by the treaty of Arras (1435).
The English cannot be maintained any more in Paris (1436); beaten everywhere in small combat, threatened to lose the two only provinces which remain to them, Normandy and Guyenne, they sign a truce in 1444, and France enjoys four years of peace.
In 1448, Charles VII benefits from divisions of the English to start again the war; Dunois seizes Rouen, and Richemond beats an English army with Formigny (1450).
Master of Normandy, Charles VII turns himself against Guyenne: the English General Talbot is overcome and killed in Castillon (1453); the French Army enters to Bordeaux; Guyenne is reconquered and the One Hundred Years old war is finished (1453).
The English have some more in France than Calais and the islands Normans.
Funeral of Isabeau of…
Charles VII fact thanks…
Entry of Dunois in…
Palate of Jacques-Heart in…
Died of Talbot with…
raw translation, not yet corrected
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