A definitive account of the iconic battle, uniquely structured over 24 hours of a single shocking day - a day that changed history
Michael Jones was awarded a PhD in history by Bristol University and subsequently taught at the University of Glasgow and Winchester College. He is a fellow of the Royal Historical Society and member of the British Commission for Military History and works now as a writer, media consultant and presenter. Amongst his historical titles he has written on the battles of Bosworth, Stalingrad and Leningrad and co-authored The King s Grave- The Search for Richard III. He was a consultant on Channel 4 s Battle of Agincourt and The History Channel s Warriors.
"A blow-by-blow account of one of our greatest military triumphs ... Michael Jones has reconstructed the battle in fascinating detail." Daily Express "A convincing narrative of how and why Henry V turned his army into a band of brothers and won Agincourt against all odds." Tim Clayton "Fascinating ... with eye-witness accounts, on both sides, of every stage of the battle this amounts to a brilliant history book" Historical Novel Society