The Road to Agincourt during the Hundred Years’ War, 1415


The Battle of Agincourt, 15th-century miniature, Enguerrand de Monstrelet / Wikimedia Commons

The common men of England and Wales stood together and managed to take down the royal army of France, against all odds.


By Ioannis-Rafail Chatzis


Originally published by the University of Edinburgh, republished with embed permission for educational, non-commercial purposes.

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