The infamous battle examined from all angles by one of Britain’s most acclaimed historians.
This revised and updated edition features redrawn maps and full-colour images that help shed light on this story of knights and knaves, as well as a new preface and appendices by the author and an introduction by Bernard Cornwell, who drew much of the material for his fictional account of the battle from Barker’s book. Agincourt is a lively, accessible narrative that reveals the chivalry and brutality of a time when kings still fought on the battlefield.
Three-quarter-bound in cloth with a printed front board
Set in Bulmer
Frontispiece and 32 pages of colour plates
10˝ x 6¾˝