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Battle at Agincourt - St. Crispin's Day
Henry V - Britannica
Henry V, (born Sept. 16?, 1387, Monmouth, Monmouthshire, Wales—died Aug. 31, 1422, Bois de Vincennes, Fr.), King of England (1413–22) of the House of Lancaster. The eldest son of Henry IV, he fought Welsh rebels (1403–08)
Henry V (r.1413 -1422) The Royal Family
Stern and ruthless, Henry was a brilliant general who had gained military experience in his teens, when he fought alongside his father at the battle of Shrewsbury in 1403.
Soon after his accession, Henry V laid claim to the French crown. In 1415, Henry set sail for France, capturing Harfleur
Henry V - World History - Facts on File
Henry V of England and Agincourt was the son of Henry IV Bolingbroke, from the House of Lancaster, and Mary de Bohun, the daughter of the seventh earl of Hereford. At the age of 12, King Richard II knighted him as duke of Lancaster
Hundred Years War
Th Hundred Years War
Historical tradition dates the Hundred Years War between England and France as running from 1337 to 1453.