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FEUDALISM Using the Internet, encyclopedia, and/other reference material for research, write a 1,000-word report on feudalism in the history in one of the following countries: France
England Germany Include the approximate years when feudalism began and ended in that country. Give its strong and weak points, including how feudalism finished its course in the country you selected. In addition, tell who the national leaders were at the time that feudalism was active in that country. Did the national leader play a part in encouraging or harming feudalism within their country? Please explain.
Feudalism encouraged war. It tended to allow nobles to build up a personal power base, where their vassals on their land were more likely to be loyal to local lords than to a king or other central authority figure.It also led to disputes about land ownership, inheritance, and the exact nature of the relationship and duties or fees owed by a vassal to his immediate or higher lords All even a
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Feudalism encouraged war. It tended to allow nobles to build up a personal power base, where their vassals on their land were more likely to be loyal to local lords than to a king or other central authority figure.It also led to disputes about land ownership, inheritance, and the exact nature of the relationship and duties or fees owed by a vassal to his immediate or higher lords All even a petty lord needed to defy his liege lord or even the king was a well provisioned castle and a few loyal followers to defend it in the event of attack; private war between lords was endemic throughout Europe during the Middle Ages, and was a direct result of the feudal system. Richard I of England died besieging the castle of Chalus-Chabrol during a revolt by the Viscount of Limoges, one of his lesser vassals, and the immediate cause of the Hundred Years War was a typical feudal dispute - the amount of independent authority the King of England had in managing his French lands, which he theoretically held as a vassal of the King of France.
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