"I would rather die than do something which I know to be a sin, or to be against God's will." - Joan of Arc, the most based historical waifu
Does that mean she won't put out?
What is this fucking meme among artists to have a single guy looking at the viewer in the midst of a raging battle?
Did Jean D'Arc definitely exist? I lived in France for 2 years, and my leftist immigrant professor said it was "questionable." However, the family I lived with happened to be Aristocratic Catholics, and said it was an absolute fact, and this was the marxist Jews perverting suicide. I'm sympathetic to their stance, but would like to know what others think.
>Believe some "alien-to-culture" inmigrant
>literally the ones to deny any form of nationalism
>believe that over native people that have lived there for generations
You should not even be thinking about who holds the truth tbn
>Did Jean D'Arc definitely exist? I lived in France for 2 years, and my leftist immigrant professor said it was "questionable."
Probably shouldn't be listening to leftists immigrants on anything. Of course they'll say it was "questionable" she existed because she's, I'd imagine, a source of great national pride in France.
Please do not doubt Joan and her purity.
>my leftist immigrant professor said it was "questionable."
>the English and their Burgundian allies went along with French propagandists and helped create a fictional personality by meticulously documenting her court records
That said, most of the popular portrayals ignore how brave she went out...the court originally sentenced her to life imprisonment, but with male guards. She demanded female guards, because she didn't want to spend the next decade as a sex toy, and they refused.
So she purposely resumed wearing male clothes to provoke them into burning her as a heretic. So badass.
good lord the anime made jonathan look disgusting
She existed, but she didn't lead battles or fight in them. She was a moral booster as the French saw her visions as a sign of God's will and support. Read a bit into the subject, Joan had little to do with the actual success of the French
Damn, I knew I'd see a clone high reference on this board
I'LL BRING THE BEARDS ANON
It contributed, but the modernization of the French army was massively more influential. I just get pissy when I see people proclaim Joan as the winner of the Hundred Years war when it was the reformed military
Oh god for real?
There's like 30 contemporary chronicles which describe her actions in details, plus administrative evidence like letters about her from the English regent and of course her trial and retrials were insanely documented, with testimony about her from dukes and lords who fought with her.
Like it or not she was the one person most responsible for stopping the English advance. Their total expulsion from France was more or less inevitable after they were pushed out of the Loire River Valley.