Episode 155

The Hundred Years War with Gordon Corrigan. Part Three: Agincourt

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On the 25th October 1415, the English under Henry V met with the French on the field of Agincourt. The resulting victory, and it was a total victory, has gone down in history alongside Blenheim and Waterloo as the finest by an English or British army.

Gordon Corrigan joins to discuss the build up, the internal strife in England and France, the battle itself and the aftermath.

Part One: Crécy

Part Two: Poitiers

Gordon Corrigan Links

A Great and Glorious Adventure – A History of the Hundred Years War


Finest Hours: Crecy, Poitiers, Agincourt

Aspects of History Links

Ollie discusses Agincourt with Jacob Rees Mogg on GB News (50mins in)

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