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1 Joan of Arc Isai Ibarra Walter W. Stiern Ms. Marshall Standard HSS 7.6

2 Joan’s Early life Born at Domre’my, France Born at Domre’my, France Jacques D'Arc (Joan’s father) was a poor peasant father Jacques D'Arc (Joan’s father) was a poor peasant father Joan was the youngest of the family Joan was the youngest of the family She never learned how to read or wright. She never learned how to read or wright. As a child she spent most of her time praying in the church As a child she spent most of her time praying in the church

3 Joan’s Visions At age 13,summer of 1425 she started having visions of Saint Margret and Saint Catherine but never say anything about them. At age 13,summer of 1425 she started having visions of Saint Margret and Saint Catherine but never say anything about them. Later she says it was a message from god. This massage urged her to Robert Baudricourt (who commanded Charles VII in the neighboring town of Vaucoulers) Later she says it was a message from god. This massage urged her to Robert Baudricourt (who commanded Charles VII in the neighboring town of Vaucoulers) Baudricourt rejected her request of her request of helping France during the Hundred-Years- War. Baudricourt rejected her request of her request of helping France during the Hundred-Years- War.

4 Joan’s Visions call for action While the military and King Charles grew more disparate. While the military and King Charles grew more disparate. Orleans was 12 October,1428.By close defeat seemed imminent. Orleans was 12 October,1428.By close defeat seemed imminent. By this time Joan’s voice's seemed urgent and threatening. She says she did not know how to fight but god commanded it so she had to. By this time Joan’s voice's seemed urgent and threatening. She says she did not know how to fight but god commanded it so she had to.

5 Joan’s Exception into the French Army While the military and King Carrel's grew more desperate and then the problem with Orleans was very bad because defeat seemed imminent While the military and King Carrel's grew more desperate and then the problem with Orleans was very bad because defeat seemed imminent As Joan stayed, she slowly made an impression on Baudricourt, and on February it was announced that there was a great defeat on Orleans. As Joan stayed, she slowly made an impression on Baudricourt, and on February it was announced that there was a great defeat on Orleans. At this statement she was finally urged to present herself to the King of Chinon. At this statement she was finally urged to present herself to the King of Chinon.

6 Joan’s Exception into the French Army (cont.) As she made her way to the King she was Dressed as a man for protection, and she made sure no one knew she was a girl. As she made her way to the King she was Dressed as a man for protection, and she made sure no one knew she was a girl. King of Chinon later excepted her and she was knighted King of Chinon later excepted her and she was knighted

7 Joan’s Campaign Before Joan went into a full out war, she had a short campaign to complete Before Joan went into a full out war, she had a short campaign to complete She was sent to popes and bishops to be examined. She was sent to popes and bishops to be examined.

8 Joan’s Campaign (cont.) Joan’s campaign began at the city of Loire, which (after a series of success) soon ended on June 18 with the great victory of Paty. Joan’s campaign began at the city of Loire, which (after a series of success) soon ended on June 18 with the great victory of Paty.

9 Joan’s Mission Her first mission was to take Paris. Her first mission was to take Paris. Defeating Paris was one of the hardest wars to fight. It was protected by high walls and a moat. To get across the French Army had to cross the moat and set up ladders to climb the wall. While Joan was crossing the bridge she was shot by an archer in the thy. Defeating Paris was one of the hardest wars to fight. It was protected by high walls and a moat. To get across the French Army had to cross the moat and set up ladders to climb the wall. While Joan was crossing the bridge she was shot by an archer in the thy.

10 Joan gets Captured Joan was making a surprise attack Burgundy. Joan was making a surprise attack Burgundy. She took 400 men to attack the city but they where ambushed and Joan was captured. She took 400 men to attack the city but they where ambushed and Joan was captured.

11 Joan is a Prisoner Joan was captured and put into a prison were her head was shaved and she was guarded by English soliders. Joan was captured and put into a prison were her head was shaved and she was guarded by English soliders. She was later trialed by judges that found her guilty. She was later trialed by judges that found her guilty.

12 Joan’s Death She was found guilty for claiming that she talked to god and that she dressed as a man. She was found guilty for claiming that she talked to god and that she dressed as a man. She was given the option to sign a paper that said she would follow the church’s teachings. She signed it, but she was sentenced to life in prison but she soon doomed herself again by putting on men's clothing and on May 30, 1431 she was torched at the stake and died at age 19 She was given the option to sign a paper that said she would follow the church’s teachings. She signed it, but she was sentenced to life in prison but she soon doomed herself again by putting on men's clothing and on May 30, 1431 she was torched at the stake and died at age 19

13 Bibliography Stanley, Diane. Joan of Arc. New York: Morrow Junior Books, 1998 Stanley, Diane. Joan of Arc. New York: Morrow Junior Books, 1998


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