Which plays by W. Shakespeare are dedicated to the events of the Hundred Years War and which – to the events of the War of the Scarlet and White Roses?
The end of the Hundred Years War (Talbot’s struggle with Jeanne, d’Arc) is depicted in the play “Henry VI”. The victory of the British at Azincourt is in the play “Henry V”, and the events of the war of the Scarlet and White Rose are reflected in the plays “Henry VI” and “Richard III”.
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