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“A Replica Joan of Arc's Armour.” Jeanne Darc,

.jeanne-darc.info/biography/suit-of-armour/. Accessed 16 Dec. 2017.

This is a picture with a replica of Joan of the Arc’s armour. It was worn in Victor

Fleming’s 1948 film Joan of Arc.

Bek, Ulrich von. “English Heretics.” English Heretics, 2005,

This website contains several drawings of army men of the time in their attire. The

pictures show what both sides might’ve looked like.

“Catherine of Valois Wife of Henry V and Owen Tudor.” Intriguing History, 2 Apr. 2015,

www.intriguing-history.com/who-was-catherine-of-valois/.

This is an image of Henry V and Catherine of valois getting married. During the treaty of

Troyes Henry V married Catherine to be a legal successor to the French throne.

Crowther, David. “The History of England.”

2015, thehistoryofengland.co.uk/resource/animated-maps-the-battle-of-agincourt/. This

image shows how the British were able to hold off the French despite being

outnumbered. It also provides some insight as to how the British won this battle.
Crowther, David. “The History of England.”

2014, thehistoryofengland.co.uk/resource/animated-maps-poitiers-the-battle/. This battle

was in favor of the French because the British forces was tired and low on resources. The

British won by flanking the french with archers which devastated the French forces.

DE RE MILITARI. “Http://Deremilitari.org/2013/02/Battle-of-Agincourt-1415/.” Chronicles of

Enguerrand De Monstrelet, Battle of Agincourt, 1415, 21 Dec. 2017

This article is written about the Battle of Agincourt. Major sections are written by the

kings or people who experienced it firsthand telling what happened during the this time.

Edward the Black Prince Receives Aquitaine. British Library, 1390.

This document tells about when Richard III gave Edward the Black Prince Aquitaine.

The treaties copied in this manuscript attempt to affirm the failing reign of Richard II.

Froissart, Jean, Johnes, Thomas, and Lord, John. The Chronicles of England, France, Spain :

And

the Adjoining Countries, from the Latter Part of the Reign of Edward II, to the

Coronation of Henry IV / by Sir John Froissart ; Translated from the French ... by

Thomas Johnes ; a Life of the Author ... with an. Another Edition. ed. New York, 1847.

Print.

This tells of the hundred year war from people who lived during that time. It also tells

about the battle of Crecy and the king’s points of views and the french armies orders.
Hope, William St. John. Pageant of the Birth, Life and Death of Richard Beauchamp, Earl of

Warwick. Hardpress Publishing, 2012,

This book contains pictures and descriptions of the British side of the Hundred year war.

Which includes some of the devastations of the conflicts.

Map of the Battle of Crecy - August 26, 1346. Digital image. History for the Relaxed

Historian. Web. 21 Dec. 2017.

This is a War map of the Battle of Crecy which was a major battle in the hundred years´

war. This battle led to the british siege on Calais which fell after a year and became a

huge Asset in the War.

Parliament of Paris. "Medieval Sourcebook: The Hundred Years War In The High Court Of

Parlement." The Hundred Years War In The High Court Of Parliament. Web. 17

Dec. 2017.

This was written by the judges of the French Parliament. It tells of the experiences of the

parlement of Paris and when they had to make decisions of war.

Shakespeare, William. Henry V. William Shakespeare, 1599. MIT,

shakespeare.mit.edu/henryv/full.html.

This play tells about the life of Henry the V, who was a significant man in the hundred

year war. He conquered a large section of France and his victory at Agincourt was

amazing because he defeated the France when they were severely outnumbered.
"The Sword of Joan of Arc." Jeanne D'Arc Museum of Rouen. Web. 17 Dec. 2017.

This is the real sword of Joan of Arc which is in the Museum of Rouen. Her sword was

recovered from behind an altar near there.

Venette, Jean Fillon, and Guillaume Nangis. The Chronicle of Jean De Venette, 1340-1368. New

York: Columbia UP, 1953. Print.

This chronicle describes the political and religious situation of the 14th century, and an in

depth understanding and descriptions regarding the Black Death’s devastation. I used this

source to learn how people from the 14th century saw the plague and how it affected

European politics and religion.

Wright, Colin. “Decorated Letter: King John of France, in the Treaty of Chartres.” THE

BRITISH

LIBRARY, The British Library, 13 Sept. 2008,

www.bl.uk/onlinegallery/onlineex/illmanus/cottmanucoll/d/011cotnerd00006u00036000.

html. The treaty of Chartres or Bretigny was meant to immensely help the British

conquer the French. After this however it had to be revised because England lost in a

battle.

Secondary(15)

Adams, Simon. “Battle of Poitiers.” Encyclopaedia Britannica, Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.,


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Mar. 2017, www.britannica.com/event/Battle-of-Poitiers-French-history-1356.

The French in this battle had the advantage in numbers and surprise. King Jean II made a

mistake which cost him the beginning of the battle. The mistake he made was he didn’t

mount a lot of knights which made them lose their surprise and the knights were in the

way of his crossbowmen.

Cooper, Stephen. "Attitudes to Agincourt." ["History Today"]. History Today, vol. 62, no. 10,

Oct. 2012, pp. 31-33. EBSCOhost, proxygsu-

stha.galileo.usg.edu/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=k

hh&AN=82392807&site=ehost-live.

This article tells about the British and French views on the hundred years war. In France

they wouldn’t talk about their defeats and some of their victories are exaggerated while in

Britain they teach some of the battles in school.

Highfield, J.R.L., and Thomas Frederick Tout. “Edward III.” Encyclopaedia Britannica,

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., 30 Mar. 2017, www.britannica.com/biography/Edward-

III-king-of-England. Accessed 21 Jan. 2018.

This article gives more information about the king who started the Hundred year war. He

started it with his claim to the French throne which slowly became more serious to where

France had to act.


History.com Staff. "Hundred Years’ War." History.com. A&E Television Networks, 2009. Web.

17 Dec. 2017.

This website gives an abstract view of the Hundred Years’ War. It tells about the most

influential wars of the hundred year war.

History.com Staff. “Joan of Arc.” History.com, A&E Television Networks, 2009,

www.history.com/topics/saint-joan-of-arc.

This article goes over an essential part of France turning the hundred year war into their

favor through Joan of Arc. She helped counter a British besiege on Orléans.

History Today. “Map: The Hundred Years War.” History Today, 2015,

www.historytoday.com/interactive/map-hundred-years-war.

"Hundred Years' War." Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia, 2017, p. 1p. 1. EBSCOhost,

This is tells how during the first half of the war, England gained a lot of France’s land.

They also tell how France turned the war around with Joan of Arc and she assisted in

pushing the English back into England.

"Hundred Years War Chronology." Hundred Years War Chronology. United States Naval

Academy, 2007. Web. 16 Dec 2017.

This website has a timeline of the Hundred Years’ War of 1337 to 1453. I used this

timeline to see when the Black Death outbreak affected the Hundred Years’ War.
Keen, Maurice. “British History: The Hundred Years War.” BBC, BBC, 17 Feb. 2011,

www.bbc.co.uk/history/british/middle_ages/hundred_years_war_01.shtml#top.

This website tells about the major events in the hundred year war in detail. It also

covers how the British won most of theirs wars.

Kuzmenok , Helen. “Hundred Years War.” Google Sites,

This page gives a short summary about the hundred year war and tells of the most

common form of weapon which was the long bow

"The Black Death: Horseman of the Apocalypse in the Fourteenth Century." The Black Death.

Marquette University, Web. 17 Dec 2017.

This website relates the three major events during the 14th century like the Great Famine,

the Black Death, and the Hundred Years’ War, to the Horsemen of the Apocalypse:

Famine, Pestilence, War, and obviously Death. I used this source to better understand the

effects of the Black Death on the Hundred Years’ War.

The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica. "Hundred Years' War." Encyclopaedia Britannica.

Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc., 01 Dec. 2017. Web. 17 Dec. 2017.

This website goes into a more detailed look of the hundred years’ war. It also tells what

Britain and France did at that time


Patrone, Michelle. "The Hundred Years´ War and the Plague." World History. CDA World

History, Web. 24 Jan. 2016.

This website describes the conditions of the war and how that allowed disease to spread

easily, claiming that the war contributed to England's infection with the Black Death. I

used this website to learn about the wartime conditions that were influencing the Black

Death.

Revolvy, LLC. “Truce of Espléchin.” Revolvy, 2005,

www.revolvy.com/main/index.php?s=Truce%2Bof%2BEspl%C3%A9chin.

This article tells about the Truce of Espléchin which was a 5 year truce during the

hundred year war. This treaty was so England could get more money for war and France

could get more food for their soldiers.

Rickard, J. (5 October 2000), Hundred Years War (1337-1453),

http://www.historyofwar.org/articles/wars_hundredyears.html

This article talks more about the phases of the war as a whole. I also learned that the

British’s initial strategy to defeat the French would have won the British a swift victory

but ended up failing.