The following battles of the 100 Years War are described and illustrated under this title:
- Battle of Sluys: The naval engagement on 24th June 1340 that marked the beginning of the Hundred Years War and established England in its succession of victories under Edward III.
- Battle of Creçy: King Edward III’s crushing English victory over the French on 26th August 1346; the Black Prince winning his spurs and acquiring the emblem of the Three White Feathers.
- Battle of Poitiers: The Black Prince’s great victory on 19th September 1356 over the French King John
- Battle of Agincourt: The English victory over the French king’s army on 25th October 1415 immortalized in Williams Shakespeare’s play “Henry V”.