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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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    q1.Fighting started in the Hundred Years' War because the Kings of England - descendants of William the Conqueror who still spoke French -wanted to rule France as well. France was temptingly weak and divided.

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    q2.Longbow, Canons,Sword's spears

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    q3.The consequences of these new weapons meant that the nobility was no longer the deciding factor in battle; peasants armed with longbows or firearms could gain access to the power, rewards, and prestige once reserved only for knights who bore arms. The composition of armies changed, from feudal lords who might or might not show up when called by their lord, to paid mercenaries. By the end of the war, both France and England were able to raise enough money through taxation to create standing armies, the first time since the fall of the Western Roman Empire that there were standing armies in Western or Central Europe (excluding the Eastern Roman Empire). Standing armies represented an entirely new form of power for kings

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    later i am going to school.

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    okay q4. Fleas and rats

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    q5. The Bubonic Plague killed 25 million people, 1\3 of Europe's population back in the 1300s and still may cause 1-2000 deaths a year, mostly in ages 20 and older. Some of the first symptoms were vomiting, giddiness, headaches, shivering, tongue turns white, and intolerance to light

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