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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

The Hundred Years War

The right of succession during the 14th century had complicated matters between England and France. This caused sudden and sustained warfare that lasted more than 100 years, later coined the Hundred Years War.

The Capetian Dynasty had failed to produce a male heir, and the closest relative in line was King Edward III of England, whose mother was Isabella. Isabella revolted against her husband Edward II and ruled England until her son took control. Read More about about the Hundred Years War

Published on Associated Content By Ancient Digger Owner Lauren Axelrod

1 Comment:

Rick (Ratty) said...

The Hundred Years War was one of my favorite subjects in my history books when I was still a kid in school. Unfortunately, I've forgotten most of it. This story should be a nice little refresher course for me.

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