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Great Women of History: Joan of Arc

The virgin who was destined to save France.

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In 1412, Jeanne d’Arc (Joan of Arc in English) was born in a small French village to a tenant farmer. She was not taught to read or write, but a love for the Catholic church was instilled in her by her mother.

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