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Saint-Omer was a large action fought in 1340 as part of King Edward
III's summer campaign against France launched from Flanders in the
early stages of the Hundred Year's War. The campaign was launched
in the aftermath of the battle of Sluys but proved far less
successful for the English than this previous action and resulted
in little change of situation for either side. The battle of
Saint-Omer was the culmination of the northern fork of Edward's
campaign and resulted in a tactical stalemate but forced a
strategic withdrawal for the Anglo-Flemish forces.
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