The Battle of Agincourt that took place on the 25th of October 1415 was a fascinating but controversial battle.
Explore its facts and secrets.
The Agincourt 600 charity supported international friendship and understanding, commemoration, knowledge and shared heritage.
The 600th anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt was commemorated in many different places and ways.
Find out more about the organisations and groups who participated in commemorating Agincourt 600, an event at the heart of our shared history.
Critically acclaimed and multi-prize winning poet Daljit Nagra has thrown down the gauntlet to noble young poets everywhere to claim the title: Winner of the Agincourt 600 Poetry Competition.
France and Great Britain battled it out in 2 days of competition, with some of the World’s top fencers, commemorating the Battle of Agincourt.
Exploring aspects of Agincourt and the 100 Years War through a series of new historical and academic articles.
Thank you for joining us on the 600th anniversary of one of the most famous events in history. Please consider donating to the Agincourt 600 Registered Charity to promote international friendship and understanding and advance knowledge and commemoration of the battle.