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What if? Agincourt

This is the first of a long, tedious series of posts speculating about how things might have come out, had history taken a different turn.  Hang on to your hats!

What if the English, under the leadership of Henry V on that fateful St. Crispin’s Day in 1514, had defeated the French at Agincourt?

Oh, wait, they did,

Never mind.

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Not Henry V of England

Photo credit: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Henry_V_Boynton_arms_crossed.jpg

12 thoughts on “What if? Agincourt

  1. You rascal! What if this had been an Amazon e-book without the opportunity to Click and Look Inside? And what if I’d taken it on a round-the-world cruise to relieve the tedium? I’d still be on the gang plank and done!

    (to be tagged under speculative comments)

  2. Darn! Blast! My other comment that appears to be deleted said something or other about looking forward to the forward and also made a reference to Shakespeare. Wasn’t it?

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