The conflict between the dynasties of the Capetians and Plantagenets covers a period of 100 years (1159-1259), during which the Kingdom of France fought against the Angevin Empire. This conflict is also called by some historians, the "First Hundred Years War." The conflict is primarily French, since both dynasties were French, the nobles that made up the English army were essentially of French origin, and the foot soldiers of the English king were local recruits in France (Anjou, Guyenne, Normandy, Brittany etc.). At this period, the English king's continental possessions were considered more important than his island possessions, and significantly greater than even those of the French sovereign, even if the latter was the overlord of the former for most of the possessions he held on the c

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  • Le conflit opposant les dynasties des Capétiens et des Plantagenêt couvre une période de 100 ans (1159 à 1259), pendant laquelle s’affrontent le Royaume de France et l'Empire Plantagenêt. Ce conflit est aussi appelé par certains historiens, la « première Guerre de Cent Ans ». La guerre commence en 1159 lorsque les armées de l'Angevin Henri II d'Angleterre entrent dans Périgueux. Le roi d'Angleterre a décidé d'agrandir encore ses possessions dans le Sud-Ouest en annexant le comté de Toulouse qui comprend, entre autres, le Quercy. À partir de 1170, Aliénor d'Aquitaine, pourtant toujours épouse d'Henri II, lui dispute territoires et légitimité au trône en soulevant contre lui ses propres fils. Cette guerre est aussi la lente conquête par les Capétiens de leur royaume. En effet, le pouvoir royal réel du roi de France est encore peu étendu, alors même que la suzeraineté de cette dynastie s'étend bien au-delà du petit domaine d'Île-de-France. Elle s'étend sur presque tout le territoire de France, jusqu'aux marches de l'Empire Romain Germanique, (Seine/Morvan/Vallée du Rhône) à l'est. (fr)
  • Der Französisch-Englische Krieg von 1202 bis 1214, auch Englisch-Französischer oder Anglo-Französischer Krieg genannt, war ein langjähriger Krieg zwischen dem Königreich England, dessen König zu Beginn des Krieges noch große Lehen in Frankreich besaß, und dem Königreich Frankreich. Durch den Krieg, der mehrfach von Waffenstillständen unterbrochen wurde, konnte Frankreich weite Teile des so genannten angevinischen Reichs in Frankreich erobern und behaupten. Die Niederlage in dem Krieg führte in England zum Krieg der Barone und zum Abschluss der Magna Carta. (de)
  • Англо-французская война 1202—1214 — вооруженный конфликт между Филиппом Августом и Иоанном Безземельным. (ru)
  • The conflict between the dynasties of the Capetians and Plantagenets covers a period of 100 years (1159-1259), during which the Kingdom of France fought against the Angevin Empire. This conflict is also called by some historians, the "First Hundred Years War." The conflict is primarily French, since both dynasties were French, the nobles that made up the English army were essentially of French origin, and the foot soldiers of the English king were local recruits in France (Anjou, Guyenne, Normandy, Brittany etc.). At this period, the English king's continental possessions were considered more important than his island possessions, and significantly greater than even those of the French sovereign, even if the latter was the overlord of the former for most of the possessions he held on the continent. And the official language of the two belligerents is the French of that time. French also remained the official language of England until 1361. Such is the origin of the expressions that can still be found today on the shields and coat of arms of the English monarchy Honi soit qui mal y pense and Dieu et mon droit. The English kings, who were of French origin, took wives from France from the 11th to the 15th century. Very rare are those who married a woman of another country, including the cadet branches. Hence the Plantagenet monarchs were ethnically French. The war began in 1159 when the armies of the Angevin Henry II of England entered Périgueux. The King of England had decided to further expand his possessions in the southwest by annexing the county of Toulouse, which includes, among others, Quercy. The war saw the gradual conquest by the Capetians of their kingdom. Indeed, the real royal power of the King of France was still not extensive, even as the suzerainty of his dynasty extended far beyond the small domain of Île-de-France. It covered almost the entire territory of France, to the marches of the Holy Roman Empire, (Seine/Morvan/Rhone Valley) to the east. (en)
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  • Treaty of Paris (1259)
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  • Philip Augustus and Richard the Lionheart at the Third Crusade
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  • Der Französisch-Englische Krieg von 1202 bis 1214, auch Englisch-Französischer oder Anglo-Französischer Krieg genannt, war ein langjähriger Krieg zwischen dem Königreich England, dessen König zu Beginn des Krieges noch große Lehen in Frankreich besaß, und dem Königreich Frankreich. Durch den Krieg, der mehrfach von Waffenstillständen unterbrochen wurde, konnte Frankreich weite Teile des so genannten angevinischen Reichs in Frankreich erobern und behaupten. Die Niederlage in dem Krieg führte in England zum Krieg der Barone und zum Abschluss der Magna Carta. (de)
  • Англо-французская война 1202—1214 — вооруженный конфликт между Филиппом Августом и Иоанном Безземельным. (ru)
  • Le conflit opposant les dynasties des Capétiens et des Plantagenêt couvre une période de 100 ans (1159 à 1259), pendant laquelle s’affrontent le Royaume de France et l'Empire Plantagenêt. Ce conflit est aussi appelé par certains historiens, la « première Guerre de Cent Ans ». La guerre commence en 1159 lorsque les armées de l'Angevin Henri II d'Angleterre entrent dans Périgueux. Le roi d'Angleterre a décidé d'agrandir encore ses possessions dans le Sud-Ouest en annexant le comté de Toulouse qui comprend, entre autres, le Quercy. (fr)
  • The conflict between the dynasties of the Capetians and Plantagenets covers a period of 100 years (1159-1259), during which the Kingdom of France fought against the Angevin Empire. This conflict is also called by some historians, the "First Hundred Years War." The conflict is primarily French, since both dynasties were French, the nobles that made up the English army were essentially of French origin, and the foot soldiers of the English king were local recruits in France (Anjou, Guyenne, Normandy, Brittany etc.). At this period, the English king's continental possessions were considered more important than his island possessions, and significantly greater than even those of the French sovereign, even if the latter was the overlord of the former for most of the possessions he held on the c (en)
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  • Französisch-Englischer Krieg von 1202 bis 1214 (de)
  • Conflit entre Capétiens et Plantagenêt (fr)
  • Англо-французская война (1202—1214) (ru)
  • Capetian-Plantagenet rivalry (en)
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  • Capetian-Plantagenet Rivalry (en)
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