I'll never have a Porsche mate
3 kids to put through wherever education takes them so it'll be worth it
In 1435 Charles VII bribed Philippe le Bon, Duke of Burgundy, to break the alliance with the English in exchange for Ponthieu. Only fours years later, though, he re-established the important wool trade relations with England and the Flemish economy took off again.
Driving the English out of France
1450 - French king captures Cherbourg, England's last stronghold in Normandy - ending the link from 1066 One by one, Charles VII besieged and captured the remaining English strongholds.
With the capture of Bordeaux (1453), the English had lost all their French all their French lands except Calais.(see Map 4)
That was really the end of the One Hundred Years war so far as England was concerned , though a formal treaty to end the war between England and France was only signed in 1475.
Charles VII's son, Louis XI (1461-1483) now fought to assert his power over the mighty nobles - especially the Duke of Burgundy....
Hardly a surrender, or even integration, wouldn't you say?
Don't know, but that's the equivalent of spending half a round being spawnraped then capping back the last flag and screaming "PWNZ0RED LOL".
Well, yeah everybody has their full Army equipment at home. Including my dad.
And also the country is neutral, and when a country wants to be invaded, we say, wait no we'll open a savings account for you, so they leave us alone
Also, we have been invaded severl time is the 1800s and we killed em all with our muskets w00t!
Aren't the swiss SURROUNDED in mountains?
Yes completely surounded
I pitty the fool who'd attack switzerland
all my neighbours have two assault rifles, and all their Swiss Army gear at home.
We also use Pirahna IIIs and some wierd tank.
But yeah we take peoples money in our banks give em a Materhorrn calendar and they leave us alone, usually a bag of ovomaltine is required though