How did the “Black Death” of 1346-1350 influence the course of the Hundred Years War?

There was a ten-year gap between the battles of Crécy (1346) and Poitiers (1356) in the Hundred Years War. Over the years, the Black Death, an epidemic of the plague, has swept across Europe, claiming about a quarter of the population. As soon as the British and French came to their senses from the horror of the epidemic, the war resumed.

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