What was common in the development of France and England after the end of the Hundred Years War? Find differences in the development of these countries
England in the second half of the 15th century was engulfed in the war of the Scarlet and White Rose. It led to the death of many aristocrats, a new dynasty, the Tudors, was established on the throne.
In France, the Valois dynasty remained to rule and, in general, the second half of the 15th century was successful.
The fight of the king with the feudal lords. In France, this is especially noticeable under Louis XI in the 1460s and 1480s.
The kings of France were able to expand their possessions, they occupied the former Burgundian lands, as well as Provence and Maine in the south.
The size of the royal army in France was 10 times more than England, about 50 thousand. Swiss mercenaries served in his army.
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