DEFYING JOAN OF ARC
A pro-burgundian garrison repels Joan of Arc’s forces at the Siege of Paris in 1429. This is Joan’s first major setback and Burgundian soldiers later capture her at the Siege of Compiègne. She is sold to the English and subsequently tried and executed by a pro-burgundian ecclesiastical court.
Cravant is a significant but forgotten Angloburgundian victory. Despite its success, English and Burgundian forces rarely fight together again
Joan of Arc’s capture by the Burgundians is memorialised in a mural at the Panthéon in Paris