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Know Your Enemy

Whether you like it or not, you are in a battle.

A few years ago, a woman at my church fussed about singing “all those marching songs”—songs like “Onward Christian Soldiers” and “We’re Marching to Zion.” She said, “It makes the church sound so militant.” 650 more words

Bible Studies For Life

SLAUGHTER IN THE MUD: HENRY V AT AGINCOURT

Henry V leads the original “Band of Brothers” to a bloody triumph against all odds on Saint Crispin’s Day, 1415

We few, we happy few, we band of brothers;  3,646 more words

English Knight: Thomas Erpingham

Thomas Erpingham was born in 1357-58 to local landowner; Sir John Erpingham, whose family had held the manor of Erpingham since 1234.  Thomas would step onto the military stage in his early twenties, becoming a Norfolk hero. 1,063 more words

HISTORY: ENGLAND

BATTLE OF AGINCOURT

The battle of Agincourt was fought and won by the English against the French in less than a couple of hours on an autumn Friday morning on a muddy ploughed field. 592 more words

History

Battle of Agincourt - Friday 25th October 1415 - The End of Chivalry

 

On Friday 25th October 1415 Henry V and the English defeated the French at the Battle of Agincourt against all odds. They were outnumbered and with the French sensing victory they celebrated the predicted slaughter of the English the night before. 375 more words

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Haiku About Saint Crispin's and Saint Crispinian's Day and The Battle of Agincourt

Haiku About Saint Crispin’s and Saint Crispinian’s Day and The Battle of Agincourt

Henry V led them
Inspires with stirring speech
this blest happy few

Poetry

On This Day...

… in 1415, the Battle of Agincourt took place between the English and the French during the Hundred Years’ War. The result was a major English victory, despite the fact that the French troops vastly outnumbered the English. 55 more words

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