This Day in History Entry #141

October 25th, 2011 by Wordsman

Henry said, “You can hold up your chin
Ever after, if we this fight win
They’ve got great cavalry
But we happy few, we
Will be victors, this day of Crispin!”

Event: Henry V’s English longbowmen defeat a larger French force in the Battle of Agincourt
Year: 1415
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  1. A(nother) Fan Says:

    No love for the Light Brigade?

  2. Wordsman Says:

    Nobody likes a loser. Except poets. Poets love a loser.

    Hmm. I seem to have backed myself up against a logical wall here.

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