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Agincourt, 1415

In the novel, I had the outcome of the attack on Fort Sanders remind its commander, Lieutenant Samuel Nicoll Benjamin, of the Battle of Agincourt, 448 years before—where the outnumbered English under King Henry V defeated the numerically-superior French. If … Continue reading

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