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History of England – The Devastation of France – Extra History – #3



From the end of the battle of Crecy, Edward charged on to besiege Calais (successfully), and then returned home. Right about then was when the Black Plague …

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  1. In the middle ages, pillaging
    and murdering your way across Northern France was clearly considered an appropriate father-son bonding opportunity.
    bit.ly/EHPatreon

  2. 1:45 I' M FRENCH AND I CAN SURE YOU SOMETHING : TJAT STPRY IS FALSE!!!! INVENTED TO SAY HOW THE KING OF ENGLAND HAVE MERCY FOR THE PEOPLE OF CALAI

  3. Good 'ol days when even the english knew which side to take. Aah medieval europe <3

  4. Can you guys do Vietnam war?

  5. I like older extra history

  6. do an episode on the war of the roses

  7. This sounds kinda like lord of the rings.

  8. When you end up reaching to 1383, you should at least mention the Portuguese-English Alliance, One of the oldest in the world!

  9. Note to whoever made the subtitles

    He said "Men-at-arms" not "Minute-arms"

    4:09

  10. We need the Spanish Tercios in this magnific animation

  11. The ironic thing about the middle ages is that despite their supposed piousness, nearly every "noble" in this video is definitely burning in hell right now.

  12. hey, please do a video on money creation by commercial banks. the former fractional reserve banking

  13. Once Edward III dies England would basically get plunged into a Game Of Thrones level civil war

  14. free companies were simply mercenaries, and came from a lot of countries not just england, they were famously numerous in burgundy it's reallya bad video again

  15. the primary language of edward 3 was french

  16. Campaigning season hasn't changed much I see.

  17. 0:15 I'm I the only one who cringed on that scream

  18. 1:12 wait…like the siege of Stormsend from ASOIAF? Sweet

  19. Wheres the plague doctor?

  20. Wait, so knights basically had God mode enabled? They were not to be killed? Holy shit.

  21. I just watched this video after seeing the trailer for the new breath of the wild game. I am shook.

  22. Thanks for putting my captions in

  23. Sick video man

  24. The pre-intro scene is pure karma!

  25. Medieval ages: go right through Calais
    Ww2: trick them, they think we will go to Calais but we will go to Normandy

  26. Pls make videos about Khmer Rouge as well!!

  27. When is France gonna win any battle

  28. I know this can't go into detail, but didn't the English get completely forced into a treaty after a freak storm destroyed their camp near Reims ?

  29. Siege of Calay remindeds me of that Roman siege where the same things happened to the inhabitants. Funny how history repeats it's self. In the same country non the less.

  30. We surrendur! -France

  31. The thumbnail is me and the boys bout to die in agincourt

  32. "In the name of God and Saint George!"
    God: Stop killing people in my name!

  33. Can you guys make a series about the 80 years war the dutch vs the spanish ?

  34. Jean II wasn't called "le Bel" but "le Bon" which means "the Good". The bias are already hard to swallow, please don't add inaccuracies.

  35. The start of the video was funny

  36. Brittany wasn't part of France at the time, though

  37. This documentary is teaching the usual false Medieval cliches.

  38. plundering france while selling our shittiest red wine in english markets yeahhhhh freedom for GASSSSSSSSCONYYYYYYYYYY 😉

  39. Crossbows don't kill people. Cats kill people.

  40. I love your videos and I know that you only vote on patreon to choose videos, but since I'm broke I was going to suggest a series on Chernobyl, to coincide with the HBO series. Csn you make a series on Chernobyl?

  41. Please could you guys do a video on Mary Queen of Scots. Just a kind suggestions…

  42. 0:14 WAAAAAGGGGHHHHHH

  43. David was soooooooo done!

  44. England:I gave France its worse day ever!
    Germany:You Sure about that?
    Vietnam:

  45. Yall know whats next.
    Its Maid of Orleans time

  46. Started thinking its ironic most of this history of England takes place in another country.
    But actually that's sounds about right for most of our history.

  47. 7:19 seems like ordinary france to me

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