Agincourt: Henry's Hollow Victory

The Battle of Agincourt is among the most celebrated of all English victories. Yet, argues Gwilym Dodd, Henry V’s triumph against overwhelming odds sowed the seeds for England’s ultimate defeat in the Hundred Years War. 

The Battle of Agincourt, from the Chronique d'Enguerrand de Monstrelet, 15th century

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