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WILL FAN AND/OR MEDAL FOR BEST HELP (no straight answers pls) Which was a cause of the Hundred Years' War? A. The French king tried to assassinate the English king. B. The English king made claims to the French throne. C. France refused to allow English merchant ships to dock in French ports. D. England accused French monks of trying to convert English citizens.
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anonymous
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Rushwr
  • Rushwr
Firstly, the feudal relationship between the English and French kings. Kings of England were Duke of Aquitaine in their own right, and owned other lands in France as well.However, they were technically vassals of the King of France for these lands, and disliked this partially subordinate position. For their part, French kings were suspicious that English kings would attempt to consolidate their French lands as a hereditary, independent part of their English dominions. Secondly,growing English commercial domination of the rich French controlled province of Flanders.The burghers and weavers of Flemish towns and cities relied on English wool (England's chief export) as raw material for their textile industry. This gave England an important influence over Flemish economic policy, and the French kings didn't like this. Finally,France had a long standing alliance with Scotland (the Auld Alliance), and rendered assistance and support to the Scots in their more or less continuous border warfare with England. This all came to head in 1337. Phillip Vi of France declared all English owned lands south of the river Loire confiscated. Edward III of England responded by declaring himself the rightful king of France (he had a strong hereditary claim through his grandmother, which had been overlooked when Phillip VI was declared king in 1328), and invaded;the Hundred Years War was underway
Rushwr
  • Rushwr
King Henry II of England married a French noblewoman and he brought more French land under his control. Then in 1328 Phillip the Fair Died with no heir. His closest relative was Edward III, King of England. King Edward III would become the King of France through his mother. Yet, the French, not wanting to come under English rule again, said this was not valid. As a result of their denial he invaded France and so the Hundred Years' War began. So it is B

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