Current purchase price:
On 25 October 1415, a trapped and vastly-outnumbered force of exhausted and demoralised English archers and men-at-arms faced a colossal army of French knights on a desolate field in northern France. What took place that day became one of the greatest moments of the Hundred Years’ War and English history.
Based on chronicles of the times, Agincourt 1415: Field of Blood is a dramatic, minute-by-minute retelling of the battle as seen through the eyes of the commanders and soldiers on both sides.
This is a brutal, bloody and captivating retelling of a major British victory written by a Pulitzer Price finalist This work sets a new standard for historical fiction.
Air War Varsity
By: Martin Bowman
By: Norman Friedman
Irishmen in the Great War
By: Tom Burnell
By: Paul Kendall
The Persian Invasions of Greece
By: Dr Arthur Keaveney
War in the Mediterranean 1940-43
By: Bernard Ireland
Hitler versus Stalin: The Eastern Front 1941 - 1942
By: Nik Cornish
How to Survive in Ancient Egypt
By: Charlotte Booth
Disaster Before D-Day
By: Stephen Wynn