Saturday 16th May 2:30pm
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This talk is at the At Haslemere Museum
When Juliet Barker’s ‘Agincourt’ was first published in 2005 it was hailed as ‘a model of how to write scholarly history for a wide audience’ and it became an instant best-seller. Now, as we commemorate the 600th anniversary of this most famous of all medieval battles, she returns to the subject to explain how and why Henry V and his ‘band of brothers’ were able to defeat the assembled chivalry of France and to tell the personal stories of some of those involved.
Juliet Barker was educated at Bradford Girls’ Grammar School and St Anne’s College, Oxford, where she gained a doctorate in medieval history; she is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and lives in the Yorkshire Dales.
At Haslemere Museum, tickets £5
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