England wins battles do to long bow. Joan of Arc leads french amies. Joan's execution rallies the French. Northern Europe is slower in advancing in the arts and Renaissance …movement. For More Renaissance Terms, there is a link below
The Hundred Years War was a prolonged series of wars that lasted from 1337 to 1453, a total of 116 years.
The Battle of Castillon is officially designed the last battle of the Hundred Years War despite the fact that England and France continued a formal war throughout the two …decades that followed. In terms of the military, this war fundamentally changed the common notion that heavy cavalry was the most powerful force an army could boast; thanks to the advent of the longbow, horseback became less of an advantageous position. With new long-distance weapons, any old commoner with a longbow could take down a highly-trained, horse bound knight.
The Hundred Year's War (1337-1453) is usually separated into 4 individual wars: 1. The Edwardian War (1337-1360)The Edwardian War ended with the signing of the Treaty of Brét…igny in 1360. Peace ensued for nine years. 2. The Caroline War (1369-1389)The Truce of Leulingham officially ended the Caroline War, and another period of peace lasted until 1415. 3. The Lancastrian War (1415-1429)No peace was made between the Lancastrian War and the appearance of Joan of Arc. 4. Fourth Phase (1429-1453)This war is not named officially. It is sometimes grouped together with the Lancastrian War. It is characterized as the appearance of Joan of Arc in 1429.
One of the major results of the Hundred Years War was the reorganization of France. France was left in disarray, so Louis XI used this weakness to create a strong royal au…thority and develop France's navy.
France gave part of Normandy to England
the English aristocracy disappeared as a political force in France
the common people
France won the battle!
It was 116 years long so they rounded it down to a hundred. This war, or series of skirmishes took place over a period from 1337 till 1453, (136 years) and was a dynastic quar…rel between the Houses of Valois and Plantagenet. Eventually the Plantagenets lost out. Notable events later in the series were the figure of Joan of Arc, and the Battle of Crecy. In this battle canon were used for the first time, and it is claimed that 60 000 Frenchmen died in the crush to see this new weapon of war. That semi-quote is from "1066 and all That" and ignores the reality that the battle was won by the long-bow men who had a formidable rate of fire.
It lasted 116 years. "The Hundred-and sixteen Years' War" would sound stupid so they rounded it down to 100 years.
The 100 years war was from 1337 to 1453, it was a war for France, fought between the House of Valais(France) and the House of Plantagenet(England).
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England beat France out of all its lands, but France pushed england pushed England out. England won everything but it's objective and this is why France is considered the winn…er by many. England won
What were the results of the hundred years' war who were the winners and losers within both countries?
There were many results but a few would be population decline in France, and in England, since they spent almost 5 million dollars on war effort, they had to charge high t…axes which caused many aggravated and angry peasants and poor people