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Monday, October 25, 2010

"We few, we happy few, we band of brothers...!"

On October 25, 1415, five hundred eighty-five years ago, a greatly outnumbered English force dealt a crippling military defeat to the French army at a field called Agincourt. Before the battle, the English King, Henry the Fifth, had to rouse the troops, and here is how a playwright of some renown in literary history crafted the King's speech:


M. D. Jackson said...

Have you read Bernard Cornwall's Agincourt? Highly recommended.

Kal said...

One of my all time favorite speaches ever. Hell, after seeing that clip I was ready to go bash me some French heads.