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Agincourt 1415

Postby Marcus Woodhouse » Sun Mar 31, 2013 4:52 pm

Micheal K. Jones (with a forword by Prof. Matthew Strickland), Pen & Sword Books 2005. ISBN 1-84415-251-0
Disputing the revisonary stance of the battle by Anne Curry and others, this book's focus is like "Bosworth-A Psychology of a Battle", principally aimed at how Henry V led the English and how they were motivated by relgious, cultural, national means to achieve the victory at the Battle of Agincourt. In doing so Jones offers an insight in what it meant to be a medieval warrior king (and therefore what the expectaions of a medieval king were.)


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