Agincourt: what really happened

Agincourt is legendary as one of England's finest moments, but historian Anne Curry says the facts do not substantiate our rosy view of this victory – and Henry V's conduct may not have been quite as noble as chronicles suggest

Battle Of Agincourt

This article was first published in the July 2005 issue of BBC History Magazine

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