ENGLISH INFANTRY OF THE 100 YEARS WAR
"XIV - XV A.D.".
The succession of wars between the crowns of England and France over who should pay homage to whom and who owned which bit of the planet meant that at various times in the medieval period English troops fought on French soil and French troops fought on English soil. During the Hundred Years War the English had some notable victories such as Crécy and Agincourt, but this was an age where wars were increasingly won by possession of towns and castles, and ultimately it was the French crown that prevailed.
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