Flashcards on The Hundred Years War

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What caused the Hundred Years War?

The war was primarily caused by the dispute over the legitimate succession of the French throne.

Who were the main belligerents in the Hundred Years War?

The main belligerents were England and France.

How long did the Hundred Years War last?

The war lasted from 1337 to 1453.

Who were the two major military leaders of the Hundred Years War?

The two major military leaders were Edward III of England and Philip VI of France.

What was the most famous battle of the Hundred Years War?

The most famous battle was the Battle of Agincourt.

What was the result of the Hundred Years War?

The war resulted in a French victory and the expulsion of English forces from France.

What were some military innovations of the Hundred Years War?

Some military innovations included the use of longbows by the English and the adoption of artillery by both sides.

How did the Hundred Years War contribute to the decline of feudalism?

The cost of the war led to taxation and the rise of strong central governments, which weakened the power of feudal lords.

What was the impact of the Hundred Years War on the English monarchy?

The war contributed to the strengthening of the English monarchy and the development of a sense of English national identity.

What role did Joan of Arc play in the Hundred Years War?

Joan of Arc helped lead the French to victory and was later executed by the English for heresy.

What impact did the Hundred Years War have on the development of chivalry?

The brutality of the war and the use of new military tactics contributed to the decline of chivalric ideals.

What was the significance of the Treaty of Troyes?

The treaty disinherited the rightful French heir and instead recognized Henry V of England as the next king of France.

What impact did the Hundred Years War have on the economy of Europe?

The war contributed to inflation and the rise of mercantilism as countries tried to pay for their military expenses.

What cultural developments emerged during the Hundred Years War?

The war inspired literature such as 'The Canterbury Tales' and marked the beginning of the Renaissance in Europe.

Why is the Hundred Years War considered a turning point in European history?

The war marked the end of medieval feudalism and the beginning of a new era of centralized nation-states and modern warfare.

What caused the Hundred Years War?

The war was primarily caused by the dispute over the legitimate succession of the French throne.

Who were the main belligerents in the Hundred Years War?

The main belligerents were England and France.

How long did the Hundred Years War last?

The war lasted from 1337 to 1453.

Who were the two major military leaders of the Hundred Years War?

The two major military leaders were Edward III of England and Philip VI of France.

What was the most famous battle of the Hundred Years War?

The most famous battle was the Battle of Agincourt.

What was the result of the Hundred Years War?

The war resulted in a French victory and the expulsion of English forces from France.

What were some military innovations of the Hundred Years War?

Some military innovations included the use of longbows by the English and the adoption of artillery by both sides.

How did the Hundred Years War contribute to the decline of feudalism?

The cost of the war led to taxation and the rise of strong central governments, which weakened the power of feudal lords.

What was the impact of the Hundred Years War on the English monarchy?

The war contributed to the strengthening of the English monarchy and the development of a sense of English national identity.

What role did Joan of Arc play in the Hundred Years War?

Joan of Arc helped lead the French to victory and was later executed by the English for heresy.

What impact did the Hundred Years War have on the development of chivalry?

The brutality of the war and the use of new military tactics contributed to the decline of chivalric ideals.

What was the significance of the Treaty of Troyes?

The treaty disinherited the rightful French heir and instead recognized Henry V of England as the next king of France.

What impact did the Hundred Years War have on the economy of Europe?

The war contributed to inflation and the rise of mercantilism as countries tried to pay for their military expenses.

What cultural developments emerged during the Hundred Years War?

The war inspired literature such as 'The Canterbury Tales' and marked the beginning of the Renaissance in Europe.

Why is the Hundred Years War considered a turning point in European history?

The war marked the end of medieval feudalism and the beginning of a new era of centralized nation-states and modern warfare.

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