Which statement about the Hundred Years War is not true?

Which statement about the Hundred Years War is not true?

The correct answer for the question that is being presented above is this one: “A. England and France went to war over the need for land and matters of honor.” The statement about the Hundred Years’ War that is not true is that England and France went to war over the need for land and matters of honor.

What were the three main causes of the Hundred Years War?

The immediate causes of the Hundred Years War were the dissatisfaction of Edward III of England with the nonfulfillment by Philip VI of France of his pledges to restore a part of Guienne taken by Charles IV; the English attempts to control Flanders, an important market for English wool and a source of cloth; and …

What was the significance of the Hundred Years War?

The most obvious result of the Hundred Years’ War was to make both France and England determined to avoid the revival of such a struggle, in which both sides had squandered their manpower and resources utterly without profit. In both countries rulers and populace alike avidly turned their energies to other projects.

Has France ever won a war?

NO, French never won a war against another major nation-state “without outside help” since 1648 (when the concept of nation states came into existence at the end of 30-year war and Peace of Westphalia). Napoleon Bonaparte won several sub-wars that were part of Napoleonic wars.

Did anyone swim back Dunkirk?

No. Channel swimmers normally swim the Pas de Calais (Strait of Dover), the narrowest point in the Channel between England and France. The soldiers would have to swim nearly twice the normal Channel-swimming distance to get from Dunkirk to the area of Dover, which is the closest point. The soldiers were exhausted.

What happened to the troops left behind at Dunkirk?

As described in Dunkirk: The Men They Left Behind, by Sean Longden, some were summarily executed. The POWs were denied food and medical treatment. The wounded were jeered at. To lower officer morale, the Nazis told British officers that they would lose their rank and be sent to the salt mines to work.

Who was not a king of France during the Hundred Years War?

King Charles VI of France was insane and unable to rule, and nearly all his sons died young. The queen of France, Isabeau of Bavaria, married one of her daughters to Henry V and signed the Treaty of Troyes to make Henry V the next king of France. Both Henry V and Charles VI died around the same time in 1422.