Battle of Castillon, Part 3

France Begins to Recover in the Hundred Years War
The English fail to capture Orleans, famously defended by Joan of Arc. Charles the Dauphin makes gains against the English and is crowned at the Cathedral of Reims. Philip the Good, meanwhile, concentrates on building up his Duchy of Burgundy. In 1435 the Treaty of Arras is signed between France and Burgundy – a major diplomatic defeat for the English

Battle of Castillon, Part 2

The English Kingdom in France
After the death of Henry V, the English, under the leadership of John Duke of Burgundy, attempt to consolidate their hold on northern France and push into the south. Resistance forms in France around Charles the Dauphin. Also involved is Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy (pictured) although his main focus of attention is in his own lands to the east.

Battle of Castillon 1453 Part 1

Part 1 of 4 on the last years of the Hundred Years War.
The History of Burgundy through the centuries. Also in 1400’s civil war leaves France vulnerable to invasion by King Henry V of England and defeat at Agincourt 1415. Also the assassination of John the Fearless, Duke of Burgundy (pictured)

Turmoil in the Balkans

Released on Patreon.com now 2 of the 4 episodes on the Fall of Constantinople 1453. Build-up to the siege, the Ottoman Turks recover from a civil war and become stronger under the rule of Sultan Murad II, inflicting a string of defeats against Christians in the Balkans, most notably at Varna, Bulgaria in 1444 (pictured) and Kosovo 1448

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