The Battle of Agincourt - role of Henry V

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  • Battle of Agincourt - Henry V
    • He was brave and fought alongside his men
    • He chose an excellent defensive position
    • He made his cavalry fight on foot which gave vital support to his infantry
    • He sent his archers to fool the French into fighting over unfavourable ground
    • His march across France had weakened his army
    • He was trapped and forced to fight
    • His army was suffering from an outbreak of a virus that killed many while they were campagning

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