|Contributions||Scarborough Public Library (Scarborough, Ont.)|
|LC Classifications||F5547A36 B6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 leaves ;|
The New York Times bestseller, now available in paperback— the heroic tale of Agincourt.. Bernard Cornwell, the New York Times bestselling “reigning king of historical fiction” (USA Today), tackles his most thrilling, rich, and enthralling subject yet—the heroic tale of epic battle immortalized by William Shakespeare in his classic Henry V is the background for this /5(1K). Agincourt is one of the epic battles of history. It was fought by two badly matched armies that met in atrocious conditions on St Crispin's Day , and resulted in an extraordinary victory that was celebrated in England long before Shakespeare immortalised it in Henry V/5. History of the battle of Agincourt, and of the expedition of Henry V. into France, in to which is added the roll of the men at arms Author: Nicholas Harris Nicolas: Edition: 2: Published: Original from: the Bavarian State Library: Digitized: Sep 7, Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. One of the most successful history books of recent years, Agincourt is reissued with a new introduction by Bernard Cornwell and a new preface by Juliet Barker to mark the th anniversary of the battle.
History of the Battle of Agincourt, and of the expedition of Henry the Fifth into France in ; to which is added the Roll of the men at arms in the Pages: The community was incorporated as the police village of Agincourt in about Agincourt developed along Sheppard Avenue between Kennedy and Brimley Roads. At its centre were the crossroads, Main Street (now Sheppard Avenue) and Church Street (now Midland Avenue). On Octo , during the Hundred Years’ War () between England and France, Henry V (), the young king of England, led his . Though the book is primarily titled "Agincourt", it is mostly about Fiennes' ancestors and their relationship to royalty, from Charles Martell in the 8th century through Charlemagne and, to the point where the family divided at the time of Duke William of Normandy and his bid for the throne of England, with William's descendants/5.
On 25th October , on a French hillside near the village of Agincourt, four men sheltered from the rain and prepared for battle. All four were English knights—ancestors of Sir Ranulph Fiennes—and part of the army of England's King Henry V. Across the valley, four sons of the French arm of the Fiennes family were confident that the Dauphin's army would win the day/5(12). History of the battle of Agincourt, and of the expedition of Henry the Fifth into France, in to which is added, The roll of the men at arms, in the English army /by Sir Harris Nicolas, K. H by Nicolas, Nicholas Harris, Sir, Pages: The Agincourt War: A Military History of the Latter Part of the Hundred Years War from To (Wordsworth Military Library) User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. These two complementary volumes--published in and , respectively--cover the Hundred Years' War between France and England.3/5(1). Agincourt was an astonishing clash of arms, a pivotal moment in the Hundred Years War and the history of warfare in general. In August , King Henry V claimed the throne of France and landed an army in Normandy. Two months later, outside the small village of Agincourt in .