During the 14th and 15th centuries, Europe went through some appalling tragedies like the famine and Black Death and also some wonderful cultural and artistic advances in the Renaissance in Italy and the Netherlands. At the same time, England and France were engaged in a bloody war known as the Hundred Years War because... it lasted that long and a bit more! Can't we ever not fight each other? (Well, there was a bit of a pause for the Black Death by necessity...) Or had warfare become such a large part of the European way of life (economic, social, and so forth) that was a necessity?
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The period of the 14th and 15th centuries was a time when Europe underwent a wave of transformation in the spheres of economics, politics, and religion. Old feudal economic relationships based upon agriculture and landowning were being replaced by emerging capitalism. This new economic system included domestic and international trade, banks and credit, and industrial enterprises as its foundation. Politically, the borders and power centers in Europe were changing, too....
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