The conqueror, The savior, The king

Joan of Arc, William the Conqueror, and King John

Here are 3 very different people that led very different lives.

Bio info of Joan Of Arc

Joan, or Jeanne D'Arc, or also know as the Maid of Orleans was born in 1412 at Domremy. She was later burned at the stakes in 1431. She was unlike any girl her age at that time period. Instead of learning how to sew and cook/clean, she was busy saying that she was having visions from saints, and leading armies. I feel that Joan of Arc even though she was not the smartest tool in the shed, was very brave and determined.

Memorable Moments

"One life is all we have and we live it as we believe in living it. But to sacrifice what you are and to live without belief, that is a fate more terrible than dying."

Joan of Arc

Joan of Arc led the french army to several victories during the hundred year war, which made it possible for Charles vii of France to become king. One battle she was in was called The Battle of Patay, where she pushed her commanders to purse the English. (Which resulted in a win for the French.)
Some things that are fun facts about Joan d arc was that she was technically tried for which craft , and Joan d arc was the inspiration for the bobbed hair-cut which originated in France.

Importance !!

Joan d arc is one important person to remember (Especially if you are Frenchman.) , because she helped king Charles vii become king, and gave France many victories in the hundred year war. She should also be remembered for her brave character and excellent military skill, all while being a girl, and a poor girl at that in a time period where girls where only used for having children, and being seen, but not heard.

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William The Conqueror bio info

William the conqueror, or sometimes called William the Bastard was born in the northwestern reigon of France, in 1027. He took over as the duke of normandy exactly after his fathers passing. He was a very wise and intelligent man, all while being the king of england after Edward the confessor in 1066.

Memoriable Moments!!!!

William the Conqueror invaded the southern coast of England, defeating the Anglo-Saxon army at the Battle of Hastings, Eventually killing king Harlod, which lead to William being crowned king".Life yields only to the conqueror. Never accept what can be gained by giving in. You will be living off stolen goods, and your muscles will atrophy."-William the Conqueror


We should very much care about William the Conqueror because the was the only person back then to levy Danegeld, and created the Dooms Day book. He lead many rebellions over serveral years after he was crowned king, giving whatever land he attained to his loyal followers.