Social Aggravations during the Period of Medieval Wars in Europe
Nurmukhambetov, Ardak (National University, Kazakhstan)
International Journal of Social and Human Sciences, 6 (2012)
Medieval wars in Europe cause a significant interest due to the fact, that the most topical aspects, requiring thorough studying prevail. Those wars grow bigger by means of interference of various states into them and stress an unfavorable impact to the social situation and social order. The mentioned subject does not lose its topicality as of today also, causing ambiguous opinions of scholars which researched the history of medieval wars in various aspects and tried to disclose their political, economical and spiritual contents. In our view it seems critically important to give an evaluation regarding the negative impact of those wars to social relations. The goal of this article is to disclose how medieval social interactions in Europe developed and how they aggravated throughout prolonged wars. Also the goal is to demonstrate some peculiarities of medieval wars and how they resulted in formation of crisis situation, which stressed a negative influence to the society.