My favourite war ever was the Hundred Year's War, the reason is of my favourite weapon, the longbow. So, in the start, everything was well, and The Black Prince (Edward, Prince of Wales) won at the battle of Crecy, 200 (approx) English deaths compared to 10 000 (approx) French deaths. And then Henry V came, my favourite ruler/general of all time. He was awesome, especially at the Battle of Agincourt, and now, nearly everything I have a name for it will say Longbow inspired from that one battle. That is what got me into history. From there Joan of Arc came, and then cannons for the French came, and before we knew it, we were blown to cookies which we eat today (J/K). However, Joan of Arc got captured by Burgandy and handed her over to us, the English. We trialed and burnt her, as a witch (shows the barminess 500 years a go). Then we signed a treaty with France, lost our ally, the Burgandians, everything went smoothly. Everyone lived happily ever after, well, happy for 20 years, when the English Civil War began.