During the Hundred Years' War what factors help account for England's success during the war?
Although the English ultimately lost, they did have successes at various points in the wars we now call the Hundred Years' War.
One reason for this was that the British had better tactics and military organization. The French tended to use their knights in a very haphazard fashion with each knight simply doing his own thing and trying to win...
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