The Battle that Almost United England and France

Henry V almost ended the Hundred Years War and united two kingdoms if he had lived long enough.

The Battle of Agincourt, 15th-century miniature, Enguerrand de Monstrelet

Since the year 1337, the kingdoms of England and France were in a struggle to determine who would rule France. The two domains were in a deadly back and forth with periods of battle and peace. Edward III of England used a…

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Nick Howard

Nick Howard

I am an educator and a writer. My topics of interest include sports, movies, comics, history, professional wrestling, food, music, and hobbies.