anonymous
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Which statement about the Hundred Years' War is true? A. Both sides tired of the fighting, but France gained more than England. B. Joan of Arc led a French army that captured the city of London. C. The French relied on peasant archers while the English fought only on horseback. D. England and Russia formed an alliance that eventually conquered France.
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StudyTheWorld
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B.
anonymous
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D. Joan of Arc led a French army that captured the city of London.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
(3 pt) Which group of soldiers used longbows with great effect in the Hundred Years' War? A. French knights B. Mongol cavalry C. English infantry D. Viking berserkers
StudyTheWorld
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Could you make this a separate question?
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ya
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c
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its c
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read this.... "The longbow dominated medieval warfare. Medieval England not only saw the use of longbows in battle but of several types of bows – the short bow, the composite bow and the long bow. In the Hundred Years War, the long bow was used by the English to a devastating effect. The long bow was also effective in naval battles. At the Battle of Sluys in 1340, English archers poured a devastating longbow attack on tightly packed French ships that suffered serious losses. At the land Battle of Poitiers in 1356, the long bow was responsible for the deaths of 2,000 French mounted knights – the elite of the French army. In 1346 at the Battle of Crecy, English archers devastated the French who lost 11 princes, 1,200 knights and 30,000 common soldiers. The English lost just 100 men. In this particular battle, 20,000 English soldiers defeated 60,000 French soldiers. This single battle is taken as proof of how just effective the longbow was as a weapon."

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