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Late Middle Ages: The Hundred Years War and the Wars of the Roses

Lecture 5

The Hundred Years War, lasting from 1337 until 1453, was a defining time for the history of both England and France. The war started in May 1337 when King Philip VI of France attempted to confiscate the English territories in the duchy of Aquitaine (located in Southwestern France). It ended in July 1453 when the French finally expelled the English from the continent (except for Calais). The Hundred Years War (see map 5) was a series of chevauchees (plundering raids), sieges and naval battles interspersed with truces and uneasy peace.

Map 5 (Hundred Years War)


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  1. Middle English Phonetic System




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