Table of contents for Agincourt : Henry V and the battle that made England / Juliet Barker.

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CONTENTS
	Preface	
	Acknowledgements	
	A Note to the Text	
PART ONE: THE ROAD TO AGINCOURT
	Map of Aquitaine (English Gascony)
 	The route of the Agincourt march
	The French royal succession and Edward III¿s claim to 
the throne of France	
	The English royal line from Edward III	
	The French royal line: the House of Valois	
1	Just rights and inheritances	
2	A king¿s apprenticeship	
3	A most Christian king	
4	The diplomatic effort	
5	Scots and plots	
6	¿He who desires peace, let him prepare for war¿	
7	Of money and men	
8	The army gathers	
PART TWO: THE AGINCOURT CAMPAIGN
	The route of the Agincourt march	
9	¿Fair stood the wind for France¿	
10	Harfleur	
11	¿Our town of Harfleur¿	
12	The march to Calais	
13	Crossing the Somme	
14	The eve of battle	
15	¿Felas, lets go!¿	
PART THREE: THE AFTERMATH OF BATTLE
16	The roll of the dead	
17	The return of the king	
18	The rewards of victory	
	Notes	
	Bibliography	
	Index	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Henry V, King of England, 1387-1422.
Agincourt, Battle of, Agincourt, France, 1415.
Great Britain -- History, Military -- 1066-1485.
France -- History, Military -- 1328-1589.