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Henry V Though Only Reigning For Nine Years, Henry V Is One Of The Most Famous Monarchs That England Has Ever Had Unusually For His Time, Henry V Was Born The Son Of An English Father And An English Mother He Was, In The Truest Sense, An English King In The Aftermath Of His Father S Reign, He Calmed The Vying Factions Of Nobles And United The Whole Of England, Before Leading An Almost Exclusively English Army Against The Ancient Foe Upon The Field Of Agincourt Henry V Would Become The Archetypal National Hero, His Rule, His Verve, And His Ideals Becoming The Very Idea Of England And Giving Rise To Something Greater The Idea Of National Patriotism To This Day He Is Still Seen By Some As The Originator Of Some Of Our Greatest Forces, A Restorer Of The Navy, And A Founder Of Military, International And Maritime Law Drawing Upon The Chroniclers Of The Time And Vast Array Of Literature That Has Since Followed Across The Centuries, This Study Goes Behind Shakespeare S Immortalised Hero To Explore What Made Henry V The King He Was, Debunking Myths Along The Way Robert Balmain Mowat 1883 1941 Was An Acclaimed Scottish Historian, Appointed Professor Of History At Bristol University In 1928 During His Lifetime He Wrote A Number Of Books Regarding British And European History, Ranging From The Ancient World Up Until The Late Victorian Era Albion Press Is An Imprint Of Endeavour Press, The UK S Leading Independent Digital Publisher For Information On Our Titles Please Sign Up To Our Newsletter At Www.endeavourpress.com Each Week You Will Receive Updates On Free And Discounted Ebooks Follow Us On Twitter EndeavourPress And On Facebook Via We Are Always Interested In Hearing From Our Readers Endeavour Press Believes That The Future Is Now.

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  1. says:

    A very good biography of King Henry V The book chronicles his life, the challenge he faced in taking a role while his father served as King, his learning to be a military leader In his reign, England regained much of the territory in France that it had lost earlier Under his leadership, the English forces triumphed over the French, often against heavy odds Perhaps the best example was the kingdom s victory over the French hordes at Agincourt a great slaughter, with the English longbowm A very good biography of King Henry V The book chronicles his life, the challenge he faced in taking a role while his father served as King, his learning to be a military leader In his reign, England regained much of the territory in France that it had lost earlier Under his leadership, the English forces triumphed over the French, often against heavy odds Perhaps th...


  2. says:

    This is the first biography I have read of Henry V Needless to say, much of my previous experience comes solely from Shakespeare I have, however, just completed a MOOC on the battle of Agincourt since it s the 600th anniversary this year, and it was thatthan anything that made me request this book on NetGalley.Overall, I found it an enjoyable read The prose was easy going detailed but not in a stodgy, textbook style and the chapters were good lengths for me to read one per session This is the first biography I have read of Henry V Needless to say, much of my previous experience comes solely from Shakespeare I have, however, just completed a MOOC on the battle of Agincourt since it s the 600th anniversary this year, and it was thatthan a...


  3. says:

    Worth reading Well footnoted Eminently readable once one is used to the style a bitverbose than would be the standard now in a well edited book, although there are few enough of themrepetition and tell them what you re going to tell them One or two pages in my Kindle edition seem to be missing we went straight from the early stage of a description of the battle of Shrewsbury to events a year or two later in a single sentence.Definitely shows its age first published 1919 Worth reading Well footnoted Eminently readable once one is used to the style a bitverbose than ...

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