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During the 14th century the Hundred-Year War between France and England ends in a truce.The English army occupies French Aquitainia but rebel French knights vow to continue the war and oust Prince Edward of Walles, English ruler of French Aquitainia.Prince Edward of Walles is the son of King Edward III of England and he also is the heir to the English throne.The rebel French knights resent his presence in French Aquitainia and they plot to kill the Prince.When their plot fails they kidnap his consort,Lady Joan Holland. Desperate,Prince Edward rides to her aid disguised in a black armor in order to conceal his identity.After a series of valiant adventures,Edward the Black Prince and his troops,do one more climactic battle against the French rebel army. Written by