Timeline Of The Hundred Years' War
Timeline of the Hundred Years' War
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This is a timeline of the
Hundred Years' War
from 1337 to 1453 as well as some of the events leading up to the war. (The Hundred Years' War actually spanned 116 years.)
Treaty of Paris
Henry III of England
Louis IX of France
acknowledges the loss of most of the
. Henry III keeps the remains of the
Duchy of Aquitaine
as a vassal of Louis IX.
Philip IV of France
dies leaving three sons,
1316: Louis X dies. His daughter
Joan II of Navarre
is bypassed in favour of his brother Philip V.
1322: Philip V dies. His daughters are also put aside, the third brother, Charles IV becomes King of France.
War of Saint-Sardos
between Charles IV and
Edward II of England
. The war is a complete failure for England and ends with the French capture of
1328: Charles IV of France dies leaving only daughters. His sisters
Isabella of France
, now the effective ruler of England, claims the French throne for her son
Edward III of England
as Charles' closest living male relative. However the French nobility favour
, the closest in
unbroken male line
1330: Edward III seizes power in England. He has Isabella imprisoned and her lover
Roger Mortimer, 1st Earl of March
1331: Edward III renounces his claim to France and accept Philip VI as his liege in Aquitaine.
1332: Birth of
Charles II of Navarre
, son of Joan II of Navarre and grandson......
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