As the French declared war on Burgundy, the people of Holland saw it as an an opportunity to hand one to their former masters.

However they are not as committed as they signalled the world that they would be. As our brave allies: Friesland, Switzerland and Brittany joined the fight against the Burgundians, the French do not fight but rather sit outside of harms way and siege forts.

As 25’000 of Holland’s and Friesland’s bravest soldiers are slaughtered in Friesland, by the cruel Burgundians … we ask: Where was France?

The cowards are nowhere to be seen as we suffer the consequences of their cowardice and inaction.


Regards,
Rutger Wever