Establishment of the centralized states of England and France compare

Differences: French kings, unlike English monarchs, used the church to strengthen their power. In France, a system of central self-government was also organized, which consisted of the Royal Council, the Chamber of Accounts and the Paris Parliament.

General. In both kingdoms, the nobility was suppressed and deprived of their land holdings. So the royal lands were divided into districts. There was a process of strengthening the central government in the annexed lands. To strengthen the power in the districts, officials were imposed.

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