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Agincourt 1415

Agincourt 1415
Agincourt 1415
The battle of Agincourt still rings down through the centuries as a quite incredible victory by the outnumbered, happy few of England enfeebled by disease and exhaustion, against the might of French chivalry. Copiously illustrated with reproductions of battle plans and rosters never before published, Anne Curry steers the reader through the history of the most important battle of the Hundred Years War from the perspective of those who fought in it.
978-0752417806
Tempus
Curry, A.
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Curry, A.
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Curry, A. (ed.) (2000) Agincourt 1415 , Stroud, GB. Tempus, 160pp.

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The battle of Agincourt still rings down through the centuries as a quite incredible victory by the outnumbered, happy few of England enfeebled by disease and exhaustion, against the might of French chivalry. Copiously illustrated with reproductions of battle plans and rosters never before published, Anne Curry steers the reader through the history of the most important battle of the Hundred Years War from the perspective of those who fought in it.

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Published date: July 2000
Organisations: History

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Local EPrints ID: 388567
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/388567
ISBN: 978-0752417806
PURE UUID: 67cb2b32-06cb-45d9-a789-79abe160cc96

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Date deposited: 04 Mar 2016 13:57
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 19:37

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Editor: A. Curry

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