An English army lands in France for a joint attack with Imperial forces

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Historical Context Note


An English army under the Duke of Suffolk lands in France to begin a joint campaign with forces of the Holy Roman Empire. The initial plan is to attack Boulogne but on 19th September Wolsey agrees to Charles V's scheme to advance instead on Campagne.
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Editors. "An English army lands in France for a joint attack with Imperial forces". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 November 2010
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