How many years did the hundred-year war last?
Any educated person has heard of such a war,as "Centenary". Many even know that France and England participated in it. However, not everyone will be able to accurately answer the question of how many years the Hundred Years War lasted. After all, in fact, the confrontation did not have such a beautiful time, it was rounded, and in the smaller side. In fact, the conflict continued from 1337. on 1453, thus, the Hundred Years' War lasted 116 years.
Stages of War
Meanwhile, the term "Hundred Years War" is a generalizing concept for a series of military operations:
- 1337-1360 - Edwardian War;
- 1369-1389 - the Caroline War;
- 1415-1429 - The Lancaster War;
- 1429-1453 - the final turning point, thanks to the leader of the French army Jeanne d'Arc.
The reason for the beginning of the confrontation wasthe claim of the ruling dynasty of England to the throne of France. In addition, the British sought the return of possessions previously belonging to the English crown. Initially, the conflict was dominated by the British, but in the end they still could not realize their plans.
Results of the war
By the results of the Hundred Years War, England lostcontrol over almost all the lands that belonged to her on the territory of France. The exception is the port city of Calais. At the same time, the formal peace treaty between the warring countries was signed only in 1475.
Along with the Hundred Years War, the First World War, of which we can learn more from our article, is of considerable interest. When the First World War began.