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The Battle of Ascalon took place on August 12, 1099 shortly after the capture of Jerusalem, and is often considered the last action of the First Crusade. The crusader army led by Godfrey of Bouillon defeated and drove off the numerically-superior Fatimid army, securing the safety of Jerusalem.

The Battle of Ascalon took place on August 1099 shortly after the capture…

The armed forces of Ghent.  In the name of the County of Flanders, Jacob van Artevelde recognized Edward III of England as King of France. While the count of Flanders, Louis of Nevers remained faithful to Philip VI of Valois and fought for his sovereign in France, the Ghent militia were at the service of the King of England.

The armed forces of Ghent. In the name of the County of Flanders, Jacob van Artevelde recognized Edward III of England as King of France. While the count of Flanders, Louis of Nevers remained faithful to Philip VI of Valois and fought for his sovereign in France, the Ghent militia were at the service of the King of England.

Bataille de Cocherel (Du Guesclin, Jean III de Grailly) 1364. Battle of Cocherel. Eduardo T. Coelho

Bataille de Cocherel (Du Guesclin, Jean III de Grailly) Battle of Cocherel.

English and Scottish soldiers ,Battle of Flodden 1513

English and Scottish soldiers, Battle of Flodden Queen Katherine of Aragon was present and claimed victory in her husband's name, Henry VIII.

"English soldiers assault the French fleet in the river Orne, under the walls of Caen, 1346", Aleksandr Yezhov

1346 English troops assault the French Fleet on the Orne River under the walls of Caen 1346

Melee combat between the English and the French at Agincourt, Hundred Years War

Melee combat between the English and the French at Agincourt, Hundred Years War

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