The Battle of Formigny came to an end as France defeated the last English forces.

After their victory at Rouen in October 1449, Charles VII continued the French offensive and pressed the English back into the town of Formigny. French artillary blasted out the most of the English army and the English were badly defeated losing more than 4000 men out of a force of 5000. Formigny marked the end of the fighting in Northern France.