Agincourt- The Goulablogger Way

And finally, if you want to read good history about this very famous battle, there are three go to books:

1) The Battle of Agincourt: Sources and Interpretations— the historical sourcebook of record these days.

2) Agincourt: Henry V and the Battle that made England— the most popular semi-scholarly account of the Agincourt campaign

3) 1415: Henry V’s Year of Glory— Ian Mortimer does his own less flattering account of the Agincourt campaign, day by day, using historical records as a means to examine the controverisal figure that is Henry V.


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