Joan Of Arc: Lancastrian Phase Of The Hundred Year War

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Joan of Arc is considered to be a heroine of France for her part to play in the Lancastrian Phase of the Hundred Year War. She was also canonised as a Roman Catholic Saint. Joan of Arc was born to a peasant famiy named Jacques and Isabelle d’Arc at Dorémy in north-east France. Joan of Arc said she had visions of the Archangel Michael, Saint Margaret and Saint Catherine telling her to support Charles VII in recovering France from English domination late in the Hundred Year War. Charles VII sent Joan of Arc to the siege of Orléans as a relief mission. She lead them to victory in the siege. Several other victories lead to the coronation of Charles VII. This long awaited event lead lifted France’s Morale and lead them to a final victory. On 23
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