The maid of Orleans

O'Reilly, Don
April 1998
Military History;Apr98, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p22
Features Joan of Arc, and how she revived French fortunes in the Hundred Years' War. How the Hundred Years' War began in 1346; French peasantry's revolution; Invasion of France by England's King Henry V; How Jeanette, known in English as Joan, fought for Orleans; Assaults she maneuvered against the English; Betrayal by the Burgundians against Joan; Her capture and trial; Joan of Arc's recognition as a saint by the Roman Catholic Church.


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