MAP#44: Battle of Agincourt 1415

The Hundred Years’ War raged for over 100 years and divided England and France like never before. Today on the Medieval Archives Podcast we look at a battle during the last phase of the Hundred Years’ War, The Battle of Agincourt. King Henry V of England, vastly outnumbered fought for his Kingdom and his life. Find out how he lead a weary band of men against insurmountable odds. Will Henry survive? Will he defeat the French? Find out in this episode of the Medieval Archives Podcast.

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In this episode we discuss: Origins of the Hundred Years’ War Henry V French Superiority Death of Chivalry Treaty of Troyes Hollow Crown And more…

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