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French not sore losers as they host 2-day commemoration of 1415 Battle of Agincourt

AZINCOURT, France – France lost the Battle of Agincourt nearly 600 years ago, but they’re not sore losers.

The French are hosting a reenactment of the clash with England this weekend. 177 more words

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Article - The heroic propaganda value of Shakespeare's "Henry V"

by Stephen Nulty , 1996

I wrote this essay while studying towards a University of Sheffield BA (Hons) in Combined Studies (Cultural Studies) at Wirral Metropolitan College. 2,623 more words

Anniversary Battles of 2015

2015 is a year of significant anniversaries. While Magna Carta will soon attract a good deal of 800th year coverage, the anniversaries that stick out this year are mostly connected to conflict: anniversaries of wars and battles. 611 more words

New Item - Henry V, Welcome to Agincourt Patch

I had this idea to do a series of Shakespearean luggage sticker style patches, representing the places his characters traveled to. I wanted them to introduce a bit of whimsy and maybe irony to locations where horrible or tragic things happened, and this is my first result — a luggage sticker or postcard style patch for the Battle of Agincourt, fought by Henry V against the French army. 30 more words

The Erpingham Embroidery Workshop No. 4

There were 14 embroiderers at the meeting on Wednesday 18th February 2015 and it was lovely to see everyone. Altogether, there are at least 18 people working on this project, most of us WI members. 446 more words

Erpingham With Calthorpe WI

An Exciting Field Trip

On Saturday 7th February, the Erpingham Embroiderers didn’t have a workshop; it was more of a fieldtrip. Very exciting.

Four of us went to St Mary’s Church, Erpingham, as Alex Hurrell, a reporter for the… 463 more words

Erpingham With Calthorpe WI

Charles d'Orléans: a Prince and a Poet

Charles, Duc d’Orléans (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Charles d’Orléans, a Prince & a Poet

This post was published in 2012 and has been revised. When I first published it, I had very few readers. 1,401 more words

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