Few victories have been so complete, or achieved against such heavy odds, as that won by Henry V against Charles VI's army at Agincourt on 25 October 1415. In a pitched battle lasting barely three hours, a depleted, exhausted and outnumbered English force of around 5,900 knights and archers routed the French. Hibbert's concise narrative history explores how the English accomplished such a feat of arms. Previously in Postscript as 'Agincourt'.
Publisher: Robinson (2012)