The Hundred Years War began in 1337 and continued well into the fourteenth century. The war ebbed and flowed between England and France. In 1415, Henry V temporarily changed the course of the war with a dramatic victory over the French. Despite being heavily outnumbered, Henry's forces routed the enemy. The English victory came down to their ability to funnel the French knights into a narrow stretch allowing archers to cut them down.
Film Duration: 50 min