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The History Learning Site, 5 Mar William ruled both as his own. Under Henry II, the lands owned by England in France became even larger and the kings who followed Henry found the land they owned in France too large and difficult to control.
InCharles IV of France died.
Charles did not have any sons to take over his land and all his brothers were dead. He did have a sister called Isabella. However, the French decided that a cousin of Charles, Philip, should be crowned king.
By he was ready to fight for what he believed was his and he declared war on Philip. Edward was not only willing to fight for what he believed was his — the crown of France — but also he feared that Philip was a threat to his possessions in France — Gascony and Ponthieu.
Edward now had to raise an army.
There were men who looked forward to fighting abroad in an army as it gave them the opportunity to plunder treasure and bring things back to England which could make them rich.
However, many men were not keen on fighting as they were usually more concerned about farming. A war in the autumn could be a disaster as this was harvest time. The feudal system meant that knights had to provide the king with soldiers when the king demanded them.
However, war had moved on from the time of the Battle of Hastings and the longbow was now the most feared of weapons and not the knight on horseback. All young men in medieval villages were expected to practice archery so there were many skilled archers to be found.
It was left to a village to decide who would actually go to fight but the village as a whole would have to look after the family or families affected by someone leaving. Those who went were paid three pence a day.
Armies were very expensive. Fighting abroad made them even more expensive to run.
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