Why did France win the Hundred Years War?

During the centenary war, which was fought between the French and British troops, the French troops were declared the winner, although no peace treaty was signed between the two countries. France is considered the winner because France won minor victories over British troops for a hundred years, when hostilities were waged. And at the end of the war, it was the British troops that surrendered, and this is what is considered the end of hostilities. Also, the French army was stronger than the English army.

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