What was the impact of the hundred years war?

In 1453, England and France emerged as stronger centralized governments, after waging war with each other for more than a century. As both governments had become stronger, the nobility from both countries had found themselves with less power and influence in contrast they had prior to the war. The system of feudalism had then gone into a decline. Both countries had developed new military tactics and England had managed to asset itself at sea, paving the way for it’s naval dominance.


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