The second image from this story shows when she was burned as a heretic for ‘wearing men’s clothing’. In fact, she was only wearing military armor, as commanded by God, in order to fulfill her mission to relieve the French of 100 years of occupation and oppression by the British. She was horribly betrayed by the king who she fought to crown and restored to power. In reality, she was burned because a corrupt bishop who sought an archbishopric and British conspirators felt threatened by the power she had over the people and her military victories. While she was being burned, she was desperate for a sight of the cross, which a monk graciously held up for her. She passed away moments later.
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