Archery was actually was made from the French, and Britain. It was mostly used for war in the mediveal age.
archery is spelled 'tir Ã l'arc' in French.
tir à l'arc
The first thing the beginning archer should do is find someone who will teach them proper archery safety, technique and practices. The best place to find that person is at a local archery club, such as those which are certified by the U.S. Olympic Archery Committee (USA Archery) in the U.S.A or the British Grand National Archery Society in Great Britain. For those who are not interested in Olympic style archery, there are many other clubs, organizations and societies which concentrate on the other styles of archery, such as the English Field Archery Association (Great Britain) and the National Field Archery Association (U.S.A.), as well as the Society for Creative Anachronisms, Inc. (an International Society dedicated to Education, Research and Re-Creation of the Mediaeval Period of History). Most organizations and societies do require payment of dues and/or fees, so be prepared.
Britain was not involved in the French Revolution. The common people overthrew the French aristocrats.
Archery is useful because if you ever got trapped in the bush or got lost in the forest you could make a bow and hunt for food and archery is also a professional sport so you could make money from it
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After the British managed to make them surrender in Montréal they were unable to support their battles elsewhere and ceded Quebec (French Canada) to Britain.
Britain, and Mongolia are two big ones and my favorites on with the long bow and one with the recurve
Britain (la Grande-Bretagne in French) is not part of France. But Brittany (la Bretagne in French) is a French western region.
What did Britain did after French Indian war?
the sugar act, and the stamp act
the french and great Britain were enemies because great Britain's powerful military destroyed the french empire that was formed by napoleon.
Tudor times yes. in recent memory no
I don't know but I know who make crossbows. "Atilliator" make crossbows.
Le tir à l'arc in French means "archery" in English.
There are many organizations dedicated to "regulating" archery and the standards of competition. The following is a list of some of the most prominent of those organizations.FITA (Federation Internationale de Tir a l'Arc), an international archery federation which regulates the Olympic Archery competitions, the World Cup Archery competitions, and many other international archery competitions.IBO (International Bowhunting Organization), an organization which promotes and sponsors bowhunting around the world.USAA (USA Archery), the organization which promotes, regulates and sponsors Olympic-style archery in the United States of America (U.S.A.).NFAA (National Field Archery Association), promoting and sponsoring bowhunting, target archery, and other kinds of archery in all it's many forms and styles in the U.S.A.AAS (Archery Association of Singapore), promoting and sponsoring archery in Singapore.Archery GB (formerly Grand National Archery Society), the national Governing Body for Archery in the UK (United Kingdom, also known as Great Britain).There are, of course, many more archery organizations around the world, the majority of which regulate, promote and sponsor archery competitions and activities at Regional and Local levels.
The general Charles de Gaulle organized the Free French forces from Britain.
The French seized American ships that carried cargo to Britain.