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Bernard VII of Armagnac

Life: 1360-1418
Birth Place: France?
Historical Role: General, Noble
Titles: Count of Armagnac, Count of Charolais, Count of Comminges, Constable of France
Primary countries affected: France
Secondary countries affected: Spain, United Kingdom
Events: Hundred Years War (1337-1453)


Count Bernard VII of Armagnac, became Count of Armagnac in 1391 when his older brother John III died. After Louis I de Valois was murdered by the Burgundian faction, Bernard became the main opposition and his faction became known as the Armagnacs. He was loyal to the Dauphin until he was killed in 1418 when Paris fell to the Burgundians


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