First Phase, 1337-1364: English Ascendancy
- 1337: Edward III, King of England, claims the throne of France.
- 1340: The cities of Flanders recognize Edward's claim.
- 1346: Battle of Cr?cy
- 1356: Battle of Poitiers
- 1360: Truce. France recognizes English control of southwest France and Calais.
Second Phase, 1364-1380: French Revival
- 1364-1380: Under the leadership of Bertrand du Gesclin, the English are driven back to a few coastal positions.
Third Phase, 1380-1429: Renewed English Invasion.
- 1396-1413: Truce
- 1407: Beginning of Civil war among the French nobility.
- 1415: Battle of Agincourt.
Fourth Phase, 1429-1453: French Victory.
- 1429: Joan of Arc leads French to Victory at Orleans.
- 1430: Joan of Arc is captured by the Burgundians.
- 1431: Joan of Arc is burned as a relapsed heretic.
- 1435: Burgundians make peace with the French
- 1435-1453: The English are driven from all of France except Calais.