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Page 38: 1. Why did England and France fight the Hundreds Years' War? 2. What new weapons were used in the Hundred Years' War? 3. How did this war contribute to the breakdown of society? 4. How did the Black Death spread across Europe? What effect did it have on the people?
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1. The English didn't agree with the French king's choice of heir after the king had died. 2. The most important was the longbow 3. One hundred years of on and off fighting does not allow for cultural advancement. The war blocked the Renaissance from reaching France. The government's money was redirected from usueful projects to fighting. 4. The Black Death spread by normal human migration. It actually had a positive affect on human society. With one third of the population gone, it was harder to find workers so people treated employees better. The population cut and the necessary change in working conditions ended feudalism for good.

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