anonymous
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Which statement does not accurately describe the Hundred Years' War? A. At the end of the war, England lost all its territory in France except for the port of Calais. B. New armor gave mounted French knights a big advantage over English foot soldiers. C. Edward III’s son, the “Black Prince,” captured Paris and the French king, but France did not surrender. D. Convinced that God had told her to lead an army
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which statement does not accurately describe the Hundred Years' War? A. At the end of the war, England lost all its territory in France except for the port of Calais. B. New armor gave mounted French knights a big advantage over English foot soldiers. C. Edward III’s son, the “Black Prince,” captured Paris and the French king, but France did not surrender. D. Convinced that God had told her to lead an army against the English, Joan of Arc won the Battle of Orléans.
SoullessEyes
  • SoullessEyes
You know what's funny? People have asked for my help with this question at LEAST 6 times. It's FRENCH MEN
SoullessEyes
  • SoullessEyes
B. I know it by heart now XD

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anonymous
  • anonymous
wow xD hahahah
SoullessEyes
  • SoullessEyes
Alright. Let's do this last question. Give it our all.
anonymous
  • anonymous
wait its french knights ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
nvm xD
SoullessEyes
  • SoullessEyes
Si. It isn't true because they have used these before, so the English were most likely ready for them. XD
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Good job!

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