At the time of Joans days as a kid France was in the middle of a Hundred year war. Joans home town was put in between the English and the French. Joan had a happy and good young life but sometimes her and her family had to flee from armies passing through their town. Joan started hearing voices at 13. These voices only forced her to pray and go to church. After about two years they started telling her that she must help the kings son of France to be crowned.

The kings son, Charles 7 th had to be crowned at Reim by tradaditional crowning. But at that time Reim was controlled by the English. Joan left her home town without telling her parents and managed to get to the King and convince him of her mission. She was given an army to attack Orlines to start to get Reim.

Even though the dissagreements and little of faith of her own soldiers the attack was still done. From there it seemed that Joan could do nothing wrong in battle until she reached Reim and the King was crowned. After doing this Joans great war victoires started declining mainly from the lack of support from King Charles 6 th. She was captured at Compiene when the drawbridge was raised to fast causing Joan being left outside. Joan was charged by a English court and put to burnt at the stake. At the time of Joans days as a kid France was in the middle of a Hundred year war.

Joans home town was put in between the English and the French. Joan had a happy and good young life but sometimes her and her family had to flee from armies passing through their town. Joan started hearing voices at 13. These voices only forced her to pray and go to church.

After about two years they started telling her that she must help the kings son of France to be crowned. The kings son, Charles 7 th had to be crowned at Reim by tradaditional crowning. But at that time Reim was controlled by the English. Joan left her home town without telling her parents and managed to get to the King and convince him of her mission. She was given an army to attack Orlines to start to get Reim.

Even though the dissagreements and little of faith of her own soldiers the attack was still done. From there it seemed that Joan could do nothing wrong in battle until she reached Reim and the King was crowned. After doing this Joans great war victoires started declining mainly from the lack of support from King Charles 6 th. She was captured at Compiene when the drawbridge was raised to fast causing Joan being left outside. Joan was charged by a English court and put to burnt at the stake.