Breaking the Bonds: 1360-1415 • 2013 • episode "2/3" • Chivalry and Betrayal: The Hundred Years War

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England, wracked by plague and revolt, loses the upper hand until Henry V, determined to prove his right to be king, turns the tide at the battle of Agincourt.

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