Edward III rips up the medieval rule book and crushes the flower of French knighthood at the Battle of Crecy with his low-born archers. His son, the Black Prince, conducts a campaign of terror, helping to bring France to her knees. Dr. Janina Ramirez traces Edward III's challenge of French control over lands he deemed belonged to England.
Trouble in the Family Introduction (2:12) -- Lands at a Price (2:29) -- England Denies Homage to France (2:36) -- Edward III Challenges France (2:58) -- Edward III's Victory at Caen (1:19) -- Saint-Denis Abbey (1:59) -- Shaking the Foundation of Chivalry (3:07) -- Battle of Crecy (5:11) -- Siege of Calais (0:52) -- Lingfield Church, Surrey (1:57) -- St. George's Chapel (2:22) -- Reasserting Chivalry (2:19) -- Church of St. Mary's, Ashwell (3:35) -- Canterbury Cathedral (1:21) -- Economic Warfare in France (3:28) -- Carcassonne (2:40) -- Battle of Poitiers (2:36) -- Treaty of Brittany (2:28) -- Edward II is Victorious (1:41) -- Preview (0:26) -- Credits: Trouble in the Family, 1337-1360: Chivalry and Betrayal-The Hundred Years Wa (0:43)
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