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The Origins of the Hundred Years WarThe Angevin Legacy 1250–1340$
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Malcolm Vale

Print publication date: 1996

Print ISBN-13: 9780198206200

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198206200.001.0001

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The Coming of the Hundred Years War

The Coming of the Hundred Years War

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The Origins of the Hundred Years War

Malcolm Vale

Oxford University Press

The Anglo-French war of 1294–8 marked a watershed in relations between the two powers. Although the family relationship between the ruling houses was renewed, trust and cordiality were never fully re-established. The unforeseen aftermath of Edward I's arbitration of Angevin–Aragonese affairs had proved destructive of Anglo-French peace. Reparations, compensations, and restitution of lands and possessions lost on both sides during the war of 1294–8 continued to concern the Anglo-French negotiators. The first outbreak of conflict which was to involve the Plantagenet regime actively in hostilities came in April 1323.

Keywords:   Anglo-French War, Edward I, nobility, arbitration, hostilities

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