I just finished reading this early Osprey book, and while it’s well done, I don’t think I can recommend it. It covers the Battle of Agincourt, and the campaign that led up to it, quite well, but Osprey’s later Campaign book on the subject should do the same thing in more detail. The color plates are not bad, but they’re not very good either. That leaves the discussion of the actual equipment and troops in both armies, and those are at least partially covered in MAA 337 French Armies of the Hundred Years War, and Warrior 35 English Medieval Knight 1400–1500.