Map of Ireland Tourist on This transferred the costs from the king to the local population. The dismissed army would reorganize into smaller groups of armed men that would approach a town or province, demand food and money, and destroy the area if (as often was the case) their demands were not satisfied. The destruction of rural and urban property in the French kingdom continued for decades and resulted in famine and flight. The fact that, with the exception of some coastal raids, the war was fought on French soil was a tremendous economic advantage for the English. The persistence of war taxes led to peasant and urban revolts against the farmers and the nobility, but interestingly not against the kings. The oppressive taxes, military reverses, and general economic depression were ascribed to the incompetence and greed of the nobility. The kings were seen as victims with popular sentiment rallying around them. Map of Ireland Tourist 2016.
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