England: The Middle Ages

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This documentary is concerned with the timeframe of England`s history, beginning from the Roman military withdrawal and the arrival of the Angles, Saxons and Jutes, followed by the Norman conquest of England in 1066, and ending with the Hundred Years' War and The Black Death epidemic that emerged in England in 1348 which eventually killed up to half of England's inhabitants.

It also deals with the Magna Carta through to Henry VI and the Battle of Agincourt along the way.

Find out about the social and economic issues of that time, such as the Great Famine and the social unrest that resulted in the Peasants` Revolt in 1381. Discover the hardships of everyday life in England and how the country was built after the departure of the Roman governing and military apparatus.

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