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Hundred Years' War: The Hundred Years' War was a conflict between England and France that lasted from 1337 to 1453. The cause of the war was a dispute over the succession of the French throne. The English believed that they had a claim to the throne through Edward III, who was the son of Isabella of France. The war was characterized by several major battles, including the Battle of Crecy, the Battle of Poitiers, and the Battle of Agincourt. The war saw the rise of several famous military figures, including Edward, the Black Prince, Henry V, and Joan of Arc. Ultimately, the Hundred Years' War ended with the expulsion of the English from all of their French possessions except for Calais. The war had a significant impact on both England and France, leading to changes in military tactics, the growth of nationalism in both nations, and the development of the modern nation-state. Test your knowledge of this fascinating period in history with our Hundred Years' War quiz.
Keywords: hundred-years-war, medieval-history, warfare, france, england
Total number of questions (advanced mode): 30
Created: 27 mai 2023
Updated: 27 novembre 2023
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