Saturday, July 1, 2023

History of conflict between England and France

 France and England have a long and complex history of conflict, including conquest, wars, and alliances

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 Here are some of the key events in the history of conflict between England and France:
  • Anglo-French Wars: A series of conflicts between England (and after 1707, Britain) and France that took place from the Middle Ages to the 20th century
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     These wars were often fought over disputed territories and trade routes, and they involved both European and overseas colonies
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  • Hundred Years' War: An intermittent struggle between England and France in the 14th–15th century over a series of disputes, including the question of the English territorial possessions in France and disputed succession to the French throne
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     This conflict was exacerbated by complicated problems, such as litigation, commercial rivalry, and greed for plunder
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  • Franco-Scots Alliance: A military alliance between France and Scotland that was formed in 1295 to counter English aggression
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  • Italian War of 1521-1526: A conflict between France and the Holy Roman Empire for control of northern Italy, which England joined to harass France
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  • Seven Years' War: A global conflict fought between 1756 and 1763, which involved most of the great powers of the time, including France and England
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  • Napoleonic Wars: A series of conflicts fought between France and various European powers, including England, from 1803 to 1815
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These conflicts were often fought over disputed territories and trade routes, and they involved both European and overseas colonies
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 The rivalry between France and England has been long-lasting, and it has shaped the history of both countries.

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