• Toriauna
Which of the following factors in the decline of medieval Europe can be attributed to the Hundred Year's War? A. The residents of England and France established separate national identities. B. The people lost faith in God and the Roman Catholic Church. C. The regions population declined by 30%. D. Poor workers began receiving wages and gaining social mobility.
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  • Surana
I'm just gonna go ahead and guess that lot of people died over the course of the Hundred Year War and so population declination was a factor here.
  • Rizags
Well, lets begin with who fought in the Hundred Year's War. Do you know?
  • madhu.mukherjee.946
its option C

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