Challenges in Late Medieval Times
|Peasants gained power during the Hundred Years’ War by|
fighting in the English army.
|fighting in the English army.|
|What was one cause of the Hundred Years’ War?|
King Edward III claimed the French throne.
|King Edward III claimed the French throne.|
|How did the Great Famine affect life expectancy for Europeans during the 1300s?|
It made life expectancy much shorter.
|It made life expectancy much shorter.|
|What is one similarity between the famine and plague of the 1300s?|
Both lowered the population of Europe.
|Both lowered the population of Europe.|
|In the 1300s, Jews were often blamed for causing the plague and|
were forced to leave the continent.
|were persecuted and murdered.|
|The Hundred Years’ War led to the end of the Middle Ages and the beginning of the|
|How did the Great Famine affect Europeans’ health?|
It led to bubonic plague.
|It led to starvation.|
|What was one effect of the Hundred Years’ War?|
the destruction of French towns and farms
|the destruction of French towns and farms|
|What directly led to a population decrease in Europe?|
|Which monarchies fought intermittently during the Hundred Years’ War?|
the French and the English
|the French and the English|
|The Hundred Years’ War led to an increase in|