Isabeau of Bavaria, Queen of France
In the early years of the fifteenth century, the government of France was in complete disarray. The king of England was attacking in an attempt to take the throne. The French king Charles VI was suffering from debilitating episodes of mental instability. Various French factions, the supporters of the Duke of Orléans, the Burgundians and the Armagnacs were fighting amongst themselves for control of the throne and the French treasury. Amidst all this conflict, Queen Isabeau of Bavaria was expected to act as mediator between the warring parties. She was also responsible for the guardianship of her children, especially her sons who were the heirs to the throne. It was an impossible task.
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