The fall of France began with a monarch's death. Charles VI met a Breton blade in Vendee on September 12th 1404. Without their cherished king and wartime hero, the French Réduire began; within twenty years, France would be doomed.
From the Pretender revolts to Toulouse's fateful rise, the darkest age of France is recorded here.
Table of Contents
Charles VI de Valois (1380-1404)
Guillaume and Louis: 1399-1401
War of Blood and Cardinals: 1401-1404
Death and Despair in Normandy: 1404-1406
A Child's Mutilation: 1406-1411
Xavier I de Montfort (1411-1419)
The Knights of Toulouse: 1411-1412
When Burgundy Sweeps the North: 1412-1413
The Fall of France: 1413-1419