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They believed everything they were told and considered Joan of Arc to be their enemy. But Joan did not say a bad word against them. Noel, who had fought with Joan in her last battle, had survived. We both vowed that, as soon as we recovered, we would do everything in our power to help Joan. Witch! Noel! I was told you were dead. No, Louis. I was one of the lucky ones. We traveled to Rouen as peasants, a disguise we were familiar with. When we reach Rouen, I will try to attend Joan’s trial. Another helping hand with this work is always welcome.
Seize them! Wait! Uncle Laxart! Father! My dear Joan. Is that the king? Yes, Father. I thank God everyday for Joan of Arc and, as her father, you will be rewarded. Please do not bow to me, but stand. You are a hero of France, and will enjoy my hospitality. The king’s graciousness to her father and uncle was truly a reward for Joan. I had never seen her happier, nor Joan’s father more stunned. For days, France celebrated. Th-thank you, my king. 52 When the celebrations were over, Joan’s father and uncle went back to Domremy.
My comrades, and friends... today ’s victory is in praise to God! He has destroyed our enemy with a heavy hand. The English will not recover from this blow. France is on its way to freedom! Long live the Maid of Orleans! Long live Joan of Arc! Hurrah! Joan’s army had fought relentlessly for three hours. But her rousing speech revived the spirits of all the soldiers. 50 In a matter of days, the dauphin emerged from his hiding place and rode to Rheims. The people cheered for both him and Joan—the savior of France.