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The Armies of Agincourt

Henry V became King of England in 1413. He was one of the great warrior kings of the country, cast in the same mould as Edward I and Edward III. He was just, pious, athletic, chivalrous, acquisitive, ruthless and eager to gain honour on the field of battle. Henry hoped that a successful campaign against the nation's traditional enemy would draw the people together and establish the popularity of the Lancastrian dynasty. This splendid addition to Osprey's Men-at-Arms series explores the background, organisation and equipment of the armies which fought in one of the most famous conflicts in England's history – the Battle of Agincourt.

Important places

Agincourt (25)
Calais (78)
Harfleur (13)

Regions

Meurhe-et-Moselle (56)
Seine-Maritime (136)
Pas-de-Calais (140)

Countries

France (7,260)