Siege of Orleans, 1428 โš” How did Joan of Arc turn the tide of the Hundred Years’ War?


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๐Ÿšฉ Since Henry V invaded France in 1415, England conquered a large part of northern France, and by 1428 they were besieging the city of Orleans. In this dark hour, France’s fortunes were transformed by the inspirational leadership of a young woman, Jeanne d’Arc. The fight back was on!

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๐Ÿ“ข Narrated by David McCallion

๐Ÿ“ Written by Jonathan Woody

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๐Ÿ“š Sources:
Joan of Arc: A History by Helen Castor
The Agincourt War: A Military History of the Hundred Years’ War from 1369 to 1453 by Alfred H. Burne
The Hundred Years War, Volume 4: Cursed Kings by Jonathan Sumption

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  1. This was never about "English dominance in France". There was no political france or England. The English throne since 1066 was as much about lands in France then in England. But people pledged themselves to the local ruler the most. If Brittany went to the Valois side then the citizens supported Valois. That's why Hollywood movies about that time suck so bad. It's always portrayed as a nationalist conflict.

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