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Oui!: Henry V led the English army, The battlefield was muddy, 1000 French prisoners were executed, Dysentery affected the English army, The French army was led by Charles D'Albret, 7000 longbowmen fought for Henry V, French knights were weighed down by armour, The mud was knee-deep in places, Trees lined either side of the battlefield, English knights thought killing prisoners was wrong, The French retreat and lost the battle, Non!: Took place on 19th December 1463, Charles VI led the French army, The French started the battle, The English army was fit and healthy, The English outnumbered the French, Welsh longbowmen fought for the French, No horses died during the battle, Longbowmen only used bows in battle, The mud was waist deep, The French won the battle, Every knight obeyed the code of chivalry,

The Battle of Agincourt - True and False

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