TREATIES OF TROYES AND AMIENS
Under their new duke – Philip the Good – the Burgundians officially defect to the English. They first swear allegiance to Henry V at Troyes and then his infant successor Henry VI at Amiens. Their support cements a dual monarchy of England and France with Burgundy providing military support against the Dauphin’s Armagnac supporters.
Philip the Good makes peace with the now crowned Charles VII at the Treaty of Arras, which ends the Armagnacburgundian Civil War. In a volte-face, he also declares war on England and commands a failed siege against Englishheld Calais. Burgundian attention then gradually moves away from French affairs.
RECONCILIATION WITH FRANCE
Burgundian support for the Treaty of Troyes enables Henry V to become the heir to the French throne and forces Charles VI to disinherit his own son
Snubbed English delegates (far right) leave the Congress of Arras while the Armagnacs and Burgundians hold discussions