Battle of Poitiers
|Caption||Battle of Poitiers. When King John of France and his young son were captured at Poitiers there was much quarrelling as to who should claim the King. Finally, he surrendered to a powerful young knight called Denis de Morbecque, who was a French exile fighting on the English side. John "The Good" was taken to England where he lived for many years until his death. Original artwork for illustration on pp20-21 of Look and Learn issue no 495 (10 July 1971). Lent to Look and Learn for scanning by The Gallery of Illustration.|
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|Keywords||Battle of Poitiers King John of France Hundred Years War 100 years war bow bowman bow and arrow knights soldiers|
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