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What is the hundred years’ war?

What is the hundred years’ war?

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School: Florida State University
Department: Modern Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
Course: The Modern World Since 1815
Professor: Tarah luke
Term: Spring 2017
Tags: dawn, Modern, and history
Cost: 25
Name: WOH 1023, Week 1-2
Description: These notes cover Hundred years war, Parliament, and Estates- general.
Uploaded: 01/20/2018
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WOH 1023


What is the hundred years’ war?



World history at the dawn of the early modern period  

KEY TERMS: what caused the event, who wins? Don’t stress dates 

The hundred years’ war:  

France and England hate each other.  

 William the fourth conqueror was the start to rivalry. The hundred  years’ war lasted 116 years. Caused by argument between who  inherits land. House of Valois claims to be king. Henry the lll claims  from his mother’s side.  

 Took place in france

 After war, they release their armies. There is peace.  

Salian law:  

 French develop idea only a male error can inherent land in France it will prevent Edward to claim due to his mom’s side to claim land.   Phillip the 6 becomes crowned.  

 Edward gets mad and starts the hundred years’ war.  


What is the meaning of salian law?



 The British win first because of the long bowmen (shoot long distance). English under the command of the black

Edwardian war:  

 English victory.  

 John the second died  

Caroline war:  

 2nd part of war. Charles the 5th is (French) the success of john the 2nd more effective leader.  

 20 yr. period after taking power. English are missing a leader and takes advantage of the fact. Richard is French but lives in England because of the parent’s inheritance land.  

 The French win war.  

Lancastrian war:

 30 years later. English invasion Normandy form henry the 5th. He  retook most of the lands from france.  


What is the meaning of edwardian war?



We also discuss several other topics like How are nutrients transported through fungi?

Joan of arc:  

 a girl mandates the army of france.  

 Gives Charles the 7th the crown. Gets captured by the burgundy family.   Died after death court reconsidered and decided she was a saint.

Little ice age: We also discuss several other topics like What is an organic molecule example?

 there is more snow. People don’t have heaters and less time to  harvest.  

 White spread famine people are starving to death. Especially peasants.  More land in England is being cultivated.  

 Europe surplus population dies.  

Black death:  

 black plague a disease in 1350 mostly because they didn’t take senses in Europe.  

 Attacks younger people and older.  

 Consequences disrupts economic production. People think this is the  end.  

Feudalism:  

 manorial system of a social system of most continental Europe.   England got rid of feudalism system.  

 Spain Portugal Russia and Austria feudalism take as well.   Three classes top besides the king is the lord for the warrior class.  Second level is the church class. Third class is the peasants or the  serfs.  

 The serfs worked for all the king fought for all the churches prayed for  all.  

Serf:  We also discuss several other topics like What is grown in aquaculture?

 lives on land owned by lord. Rents and farms for the lord.   The serf takes a small portion of earned he rest goes to lord for taxes.   Serfs not sold and can move if they want but don’t because of limited  money.  Don't forget about the age old question of How is a living organism interacting with its environment?

Parliament:  

consultative all get together and talk about what is going on in the world.  Representatives where known as the burdases.  

 A problem-solving place.  

 England has a lot of problems. Such as the hundred years’ war.   Edward and the Plantagenet’s the first continues the legacy of  parliament. They could waver the war.  

 Edward has a lot of personal wealth although it is not enough so he  had to levy extraordinary taxes. Every time he asked Plantagenet to  raise taxes he had to do a favor back.  

 Parliament becomes very powerful over time. Every parliament  incomes representative from the comes people. Three important  bodies these are lords, commons, and the monarch.  

 Commoners come apart of parliament forever.

 1376 decide to choose a speaker to speck on their behalf. So, the king  knew they were upset with him. Spokes men a parliament was named  Sr. Peter.  

War of the roses:  

 the house does what the king says (the commons) Don't forget about the age old question of What are the wholesale cuts of beef, pork, and lamb?
We also discuss several other topics like Do the media cause violence, or do the media reflect the violence in our society?

 the commons are controlled by very powerful nobles. Told who to vote  for. Unfair elections.  

 Aristocrats (nobility) and the king have a tension relationship. Both rich causing problems to who should rule.  

 Two distinct groups. One rallies with Richard and the other with  Edward.  

 After end of hundred years’ war. 1455 war of roses breaks out   Only in England for 30 years on and off. Kings were deposed and  remade. Most off the fighting centers around house of Lancaster (reds)  and the house of the York’s (white). Both sides couldn’t make peace.  After all the fighting victory is won by henry tooter by the Lancaster.   Henry defeats the last Yorky Richard the third. Who was the king at the  time and marries Elizabeth pf the York.  

 Henry the tooter becomes the 7th. Sets out to strengthen England and  the kingdom. He accomplishes in making peace throughout the  kingdom. To respect the monarchy. Controls church (catholic), nobility,  and parliament.  

 Henry wins the loyalty of his subjects. Eliminates rebellions.  

Great ordinance:

 Document that france must not be ruled by a king alone  States general is a French parliament. That doesn’t work right  Regular intervals were to be meet. Suppose to advise the king with  financial, foreign policy and administrative policies.

 Charles is upset that the merchant gulfs have forced him to make this.   Leaves Paris and goes to provinces to get some help.

 Meanwhile, peasants rise because the nobles aren’t paying attention to them. Known as the Jacquerie revolt.  

Estates-general:

 Charles the 5th he instituted new taxes that made the states rich.   Gets rid of estates -general.

Jacquerie revolt:

 2 weeks’ rage in france until put down by aristocrats (killed or tortured)

 lead to conservative back lash that only a strong king can provide  stability.  

 Charles returns to Paris to stop the revolt. Aims to be a strong king.

WOH 1023

World history at the dawn of the early modern period  

KEY TERMS: what caused the event, who wins? Don’t stress dates 

The hundred years’ war:  

France and England hate each other.  

 William the fourth conqueror was the start to rivalry. The hundred  years’ war lasted 116 years. Caused by argument between who  inherits land. House of Valois claims to be king. Henry the lll claims  from his mother’s side.  

 Took place in france

 After war, they release their armies. There is peace.  

Salian law:  

 French develop idea only a male error can inherent land in France it will prevent Edward to claim due to his mom’s side to claim land.   Phillip the 6 becomes crowned.  

 Edward gets mad and starts the hundred years’ war.  

 The British win first because of the long bowmen (shoot long distance). English under the command of the black

Edwardian war:  

 English victory.  

 John the second died  

Caroline war:  

 2nd part of war. Charles the 5th is (French) the success of john the 2nd more effective leader.  

 20 yr. period after taking power. English are missing a leader and takes advantage of the fact. Richard is French but lives in England because of the parent’s inheritance land.  

 The French win war.  

Lancastrian war:

 30 years later. English invasion Normandy form henry the 5th. He  retook most of the lands from france.  

Joan of arc:  

 a girl mandates the army of france.  

 Gives Charles the 7th the crown. Gets captured by the burgundy family.   Died after death court reconsidered and decided she was a saint.

Little ice age:

 there is more snow. People don’t have heaters and less time to  harvest.  

 White spread famine people are starving to death. Especially peasants.  More land in England is being cultivated.  

 Europe surplus population dies.  

Black death:  

 black plague a disease in 1350 mostly because they didn’t take senses in Europe.  

 Attacks younger people and older.  

 Consequences disrupts economic production. People think this is the  end.  

Feudalism:  

 manorial system of a social system of most continental Europe.   England got rid of feudalism system.  

 Spain Portugal Russia and Austria feudalism take as well.   Three classes top besides the king is the lord for the warrior class.  Second level is the church class. Third class is the peasants or the  serfs.  

 The serfs worked for all the king fought for all the churches prayed for  all.  

Serf:  

 lives on land owned by lord. Rents and farms for the lord.   The serf takes a small portion of earned he rest goes to lord for taxes.   Serfs not sold and can move if they want but don’t because of limited  money.  

Parliament:  

consultative all get together and talk about what is going on in the world.  Representatives where known as the burdases.  

 A problem-solving place.  

 England has a lot of problems. Such as the hundred years’ war.   Edward and the Plantagenet’s the first continues the legacy of  parliament. They could waver the war.  

 Edward has a lot of personal wealth although it is not enough so he  had to levy extraordinary taxes. Every time he asked Plantagenet to  raise taxes he had to do a favor back.  

 Parliament becomes very powerful over time. Every parliament  incomes representative from the comes people. Three important  bodies these are lords, commons, and the monarch.  

 Commoners come apart of parliament forever.

 1376 decide to choose a speaker to speck on their behalf. So, the king  knew they were upset with him. Spokes men a parliament was named  Sr. Peter.  

War of the roses:  

 the house does what the king says (the commons)

 the commons are controlled by very powerful nobles. Told who to vote  for. Unfair elections.  

 Aristocrats (nobility) and the king have a tension relationship. Both rich causing problems to who should rule.  

 Two distinct groups. One rallies with Richard and the other with  Edward.  

 After end of hundred years’ war. 1455 war of roses breaks out   Only in England for 30 years on and off. Kings were deposed and  remade. Most off the fighting centers around house of Lancaster (reds)  and the house of the York’s (white). Both sides couldn’t make peace.  After all the fighting victory is won by henry tooter by the Lancaster.   Henry defeats the last Yorky Richard the third. Who was the king at the  time and marries Elizabeth pf the York.  

 Henry the tooter becomes the 7th. Sets out to strengthen England and  the kingdom. He accomplishes in making peace throughout the  kingdom. To respect the monarchy. Controls church (catholic), nobility,  and parliament.  

 Henry wins the loyalty of his subjects. Eliminates rebellions.  

Great ordinance:

 Document that france must not be ruled by a king alone  States general is a French parliament. That doesn’t work right  Regular intervals were to be meet. Suppose to advise the king with  financial, foreign policy and administrative policies.

 Charles is upset that the merchant gulfs have forced him to make this.   Leaves Paris and goes to provinces to get some help.

 Meanwhile, peasants rise because the nobles aren’t paying attention to them. Known as the Jacquerie revolt.  

Estates-general:

 Charles the 5th he instituted new taxes that made the states rich.   Gets rid of estates -general.

Jacquerie revolt:

 2 weeks’ rage in france until put down by aristocrats (killed or tortured)

 lead to conservative back lash that only a strong king can provide  stability.  

 Charles returns to Paris to stop the revolt. Aims to be a strong king.

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