The Battle of Agincourt Brought to Life in Stunning Animation: 1415

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If you're a history buff or simply love epic battles, you won't want to miss our animated video on the Battle of Agincourt. Discover the thrilling events that led up to this decisive clash between England and France during the Hundred Years' War. Our video takes you on a journey through the political and military maneuvers that led King Henry V to invade France in 1415, and how the French rallied their forces to try to stop him.
Through stunning visuals and nice storytelling, you'll witness the tactical genius of the English army, which used their archers to devastating effect on the battlefield. See how the French, despite outnumbering the English, fell victim to their own divisions and ill-planned attacks.
The Battle of Agincourt was a pivotal moment in the Hundred Years' War, and our video captures all the drama and excitement of this historic event. So sit back, relax, and enjoy our animated retelling of one of the greatest battles in European history
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Narrated by: MaxPalasi
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'Precipice' by Scott Buckley - released under CC-BY 4.0.
'Hour Of The Witch' by Scott Buckley - released under CC-BY 4.0.
'Beyond These Walls' by Scott Buckley - released under CC-BY 4.0.
'Juggernaut' by Scott Buckley - released under CC-BY 4.0.
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The Battle of Agincourt (/ˈædʒɪnkɔːr(t)/ AJ-in-kor(t);[a] French: Azincourt [azɛ̃kuʁ]) was an English victory in the Hundred Years' War. It took place on 25 October 1415 (Saint Crispin's Day) near Azincourt, in northern France.[b] The unexpected English victory against the numerically superior French army boosted English morale and prestige, crippled France, and started a new period of English dominance in the war that would last for 14 years until France defeated England in the Siege of Orléans in 1429.
After several decades of relative peace, the English had resumed the war in 1415 amid the failure of negotiations with the French. In the ensuing campaign, many soldiers died from disease, and the English numbers dwindled; they tried to withdraw to English-held Calais but found their path blocked by a considerably larger French army. Despite the numerical disadvantage, the battle ended in an overwhelming victory for the English.
King Henry V of England led his troops into battle and participated in hand-to-hand fighting. King Charles VI of France did not command the French army as he suffered from psychotic illnesses and associated mental incapacity. The French were commanded by Constable Charles d'Albret and various prominent French noblemen of the Armagnac party. This battle is notable for the use of the English longbow in very large numbers, with the English and Welsh archers comprising nearly 80 percent of Henry's army.
The Battle of Agincourt is one of England's most celebrated victories and was one of the most important English triumphs in the Hundred Years' War, along with the Battle of Crécy (1346) and Battle of Poitiers (1356). It forms the backdrop to events in William Shakespeare's play Henry V, written in 1599.

@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
Hey everyone! Pledging to my PATREON page is the best way to support me. Yes, I'm aware of the two mispronounced words "Cavalry" and "Agincourt". I plan on taking care of this issue when outsourcing the voice over in future releases. This is a project made by a single person in over two months. I worked for endless hours to produce this video, and it only took a few seconds for those two words to be mispronounced. I'll do my best to be more careful about such things in the future. Thank you very much.
@VonWallenstein639 7 aylar önce
Just out of curiosity, where is your accent from?
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
@@VonWallenstein639 The narrator isn't me.
@VonWallenstein639 7 aylar önce
@@historybattles3D Do you know where the narrators accent is from?
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
@@VonWallenstein639 I think he is English.
@Mr.Anderson__ 7 aylar önce
@@kevindickens9245 Just a guy trying his best. The video is a masterpiece, no need to nit pick 4 words.
@alphalunamare 7 aylar önce
Never has 'Agincourt' been so mercilessly murdered in an 'English' commentary. Enjoyable presentation all the same :-)
@rom7647 7 aylar önce
My thoughts exactly. 😀
@karllelliott681 7 aylar önce
I totally agree - LOL!
@Someloke8895 7 aylar önce
The narrator, whilst having the right voice (seriously, chap sounds like a Movie announcer), isn't a native English speaker.
@starwing0 7 aylar önce
Just like the French knights 😅
@Someloke8895 7 aylar önce
@@starwing0 No Elderberries or Hamsters here, I assure you.... xD
@erikjrn4080 7 aylar önce
Agincourt may have done much for the reputation of Henry V, but that's nothing compared to what it did for English longbowmen. An army consisting mainly (83%) of commoners with bows, and outnumbered 1:2, won an overwhelming victory against a huge army consisting almost exclusively of nobility, knights, and men-at-arms. It was so unheard of, that it has reverberated through history for 600 years, is still one of the most famous battles, and gave the yew longbow a near mythological status. For once, the army is better remembered than the king that commanded it. If Henry had known that his army would outshine him, I would not have wanted to be in that army... Edit, 4 weeks later: If you're thinking about reminding me of Crecy, please don't. It's already been done, and it wasn't really necessary, in the first place.
@denismoran670 7 aylar önce
unheard of by the English , perhaps, but it was years after Cae Mawr (hundreds of years before Agincourt et al), where a tiny force of Welsh Bowmen, no, not using the 'English' longbow, but the weapon developed in WALES, the Welsh longbow,. The English never developed one, just pinched the design! At Cae Mawr (just North of Cardigan) 1500 men slaughtered 3000 Normans.
@erikjrn4080 7 aylar önce
@@denismoran670 Sorry to burst your bubble, but we know the Norse used yew longbows, long before we know that the Welsh did. You're right that it's not an English invention, but wrong that it's a Welsh one. If I was to claim that it was a Norse invention, I'd also be wrong. That yew is a fine wood for self bows has been known wherever it's been found. That bows can gain more power by being made longer has been known everywhere. That long, self bows made from yew have been used in an extended area for an extended time is hardly surprising, then. The use of the yew longbow probably stretches back into the Stone Age. What was new with the Welsh, and later the English, was the use of archers as the main force in an army. Earlier, they'd been a mere supplement, thought of as useful for harassing the enemy a bit, before the real fighting started. In sea battles, the Norse made extensive use of the longbow, but they clearly didn't realize the potential. They used it at sea, because options for hand to hand fighting was limited. As soon as they could fight hand to hand, they did. The Welsh were also in a situation where hand to hand fighting wasn't a good option, though not because they were on ships. Their decision to rely heavily on archers was very successful, and inspired the English. Note that I didn't write "English longbow men", which could've been interpreted as "men using the English longbow". Instead, I wrote "English longbowmen", which means "longbowmen who are English". There's no doubt that the English were the ones who perfected the use of unmounted archers, and that the English longbowmen are due their share of the glory. I agree that the Welsh longbowmen shouldn't be forgotten, though.
@7macfly2 7 aylar önce
Until Patay where a few french knights eliminated the longbow threat for ever
@NerdRoomProductions 7 aylar önce
Unheard of? It happened twice before at Crecy and Poitiers
@erikjrn4080 7 aylar önce
@@NerdRoomProductions True. I shouldn't have used the term "unheard of". All three battles were shocking, but only Crécy was a ctually "unheard of". Agincourt has become the most famous, and the most likely first thing modern people think of, when they hear "English longbowmen", if they think of anything, at all. I was stuck in my modern mindset, thinking of what's most prominent to my mind, which learned of Agincourt long before the others. Since I was writing also about the effect on contemporary people, it was sloppy, superficial, inaccurate, and even plain wrong. Well done, for calling me out on it, providing me the opportunity to correct myself!
@Niki-ln5be 7 aylar önce
If they used exactly this in primary and secondary schools in england it would spark the imagination of children for years to come, youve brought history to life and this was a fantastic watch
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
What can I say to such a wonderful comment. Thank you very much! Hopefully, I'll be worthy of such praise in future videos.
@Niki-ln5be 7 aylar önce
@@historybattles3D it's worthy now, great work and if I bump into you I'd buy you a pint
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
@@Niki-ln5be Thank you kindly! I'll be glad!
@mikeycraig8970 7 aylar önce
That isn't done because to learn about anything English history is deemed as celebrating it, and we can't have that incase it offends someone!
@Ecthaelyon 7 aylar önce
Amen, a very sad country we live in now.
@mykemorbius 6 aylar önce
The big thing missing is the field was a lot narrower with some of the archers actually hidden behind the tree line. If it were a big open field like this, the cavalry would have flanked around and got behind them. Also, it had rained all night and the ground was muddy as Hell, making it even worse for the cavalry.
@historybattles3D 6 aylar önce
Yes, you are right. There are still woods covering the flanks for the army but I should have made the gap between the wooded areas narrower. Actually, I initially designed the battlefield including the roads that marked the outline of the field and THEN placed the army. I noticed that the gap should have been narrower but then I would have been forced to re-design a lot of details that would have taken about a couple of days to fix. So, unfortunately, I decided against adding two days to my workload. But I've learned a lesson which I'll remember for future videos.
@rogersmith7371 2 aylar önce
Agreed, the narrowing of the field, the mud and the archers caused havoc with the cavalry causing them to bunch. When unseated they were unable to rise from the mud because of their armour they some drowned and were crushed by others the remainder were easy targets for the infantry.
@robkunkel8833 Aylar önce
@@historybattles3D… cool comment , cool reply.
@pickleballer1729 6 aylar önce
8:33 That "miserable weather" may have made the British more uncomfortable, but the next day, it was the one of the keys to their survival. Fantastic animation! Looking forward to watching these videos on may more battles!
@chelsblue7370 5 aylar önce
The weather was the chief factor in the English victory!
@mattd6085 4 aylar önce
@@chelsblue7370 We were so thankful of that rain we took it back home to England and made it our national mascot
@kevinsimpson8686 6 aylar önce
I absolutely LOVE this approach to a famous battle. It’s so brilliantly executed and explains all we need to know about the underdogs winning. Superb graphics and I wonder if there’s one for Custer’s battle at The Little Big Horn?
@historybattles3D 6 aylar önce
That's such a wonderful comment. Thank you so much for taking the time to write it! I'll try to improve with each release. Thanks again and welcome!
@kevinsimpson8686 6 aylar önce
@@historybattles3D I’ll be looking forward to watching all of your releases of famous battles. Thanks again for a trip to Fantasy Island. Great flight!! 👍👏
@historybattles3D 6 aylar önce
@@kevinsimpson8686 Thanks you very much indeed! The next video is going to be about a pretty famous battle from the "War of the Roses".
@kevinsimpson8686 6 aylar önce
@@historybattles3D Can you make it so that Yorkshire win this one? 😊👍
@140pro 3 aylar önce
​@@kevinsimpson8686The battle of Towton maybe🤔
@merullaart 7 aylar önce
Once again amazing (and hard) work! 3D battles is such a niche. This channel will blow up very soon and rightfully deserve it. Glad I was there from first video. Keep up great work!
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
Thank you very much! I'll do my best.
@___fokker___974 7 aylar önce
Yeah, medieval TW series with some mods are surely well made.
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
@@___fokker___974 Which medieval total war The 2000 or the 2006?
@___fokker___974 7 aylar önce
@@historybattles3D I should be asking you. Unreal engine for sure, right?
@Gridironwarplans 7 aylar önce
@@historybattles3D atilla with the 1212 mod
@davidcreager1945 7 aylar önce
It's so cool to " see " this battle ! I've seen different show's about it and this REALLY adds to it ! This should be shown in History classrooms all over country ! Can't wait to see what battle you cover next !
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
Thank you kindly! That's exceptionally high praise that I hope I'll be worthy of . There are some plans already about the next battle, it might be a clash of the "War of the Roses".
@Kernow80 7 aylar önce
This was amazing . Do you do modern battles to. The battle for stalingrad would be a good one to cover. Simular to this the battle was devastating to the german army and turned the tide on the eastern front
@MarquisVincentBissetdeGramont 7 aylar önce
Indeed, I am not sure if the English would like to be reminded of the names of PONTVALLAIN, LA ROCHELLE, BAUGÉ, LA BROSSINIÈRE, ORLÉANS, PATAY, GERBEROY, FORMIGNY or CASTILLON.
@MrTonyHeath 3 aylar önce
If only it was accurate
@nelsonclub7722 2 aylar önce
@@MarquisVincentBissetdeGramont We are though quite proud of Trafalgar and Waterloo
@MsBlueboy11 6 aylar önce
Randomly came across this channel and it's amazing! I can imagine how much effort it takes to animate something so large with this quality. Hands down the best overall History channel I have come across.
@historybattles3D 6 aylar önce
Wow, thank you so much for dropping by and leaving such an amazing comment! I can't tell you how happy it makes me to hear this. Creating these animations definitely takes a lot of effort, but comments like yours make it all worthwhile! I'm genuinely flattered! Rest assured, I'm going to keep pushing myself to improve and bring you even better content in the future. If you ever have any suggestions or topics you'd like to see covered, don't hesitate to give me a shout. Your feedback and support mean the world to me, and I'm grateful to have you as a viewer. Thanks again for your fantastic comment
@Thickcurves 6 aylar önce
It is a great video, but the constant squeaking sound in back ground is very annoying.
@HH-dd2xq 7 aylar önce
Great video, the units and armies look fantastic, subbed looking forward to future content. If you are open to constructive criticism: I would love to see more attention paid to trying to recreate a replica of the battlefield itself, in terms of the colors, distances, topography, etc. Obviously easier said than done!
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
Thank you very much for your useful feedback. It is interesting that you are reffering to the topography because I actually recreated the battlefield using heightmap information of the actual battlefield. So, it is the closest to a 1to1 representation my current abilities allowed. But, I'll certainly keep that in mind for future productions.
@markdouglas5310 7 aylar önce
The Archers were required to be able to fire 10 AIMED arrows per minute and they numbered about 5000. Full account in Bernard Cornwell's book. The village is now called Azincourt and has a visitor centre. Only the French would set this up commemorating one of their worst defeats.
@zeNoldor 6 aylar önce
let this memorial and memory of the defeat. but the main thing is the memory of the people who gave their lives for France. place of battle. Of course, at that time the states were only the crown. That is, this is not what states are now
@MarquisVincentBissetdeGramont 6 aylar önce
I am French and I fully confirm your comment. It's a French mystery, we are the only people in the world who celebrate its worst defeats... Did you know that in 2005 the French government almost refused to commemorate the bicentenary of Austerlitz but sent the aircraft carrier "Charles de Gaulle", the flagship of the French Navy, to celebrate Trafalgar alongside the British? And then the French complain about being called "cowards" and "losers" 🤡🤡
@williamclifford4441 6 aylar önce
​@@MarquisVincentBissetdeGramont Being a modern day archer - thanks I do still have my two fingers😂 - I know that a modern recurve bow can reach out effectively to around 100 yards. Henry marched his army forward as the French line was too far away.
@williamclifford4441 6 aylar önce
Sooo, let's make the old Longbow reach out to 200 yards as its maximum range. It doesn't give much time for the English and Welsh archers to repel the French cavalry - but they did. Very odd.
@MarquisVincentBissetdeGramont 6 aylar önce
@@williamclifford4441 The French heavy cavalry attacking on each English flank was slowed down by the thick mud. Most of the French army fought on foot in the center.
@countdogelone1454 7 aylar önce
Really great, cool, and well-done video! It would be nice to see the 1410 Battle of Grunwald in your next videos, It's one of the biggest battles in the medieval period with over forty-five thousand participants!
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
Thank you very much! I certainly want to make Grunwald even though it is going to be an immense undertaking. The longer I built my assets-system the closer Grunwald gets! That is because of the amount of different units, fighting styles and equipment that I'd have to build for the video due to its 3D nature. But it will happen eventually, that's certain.
@edmundsveikutis1698 6 aylar önce
Agreed .
@Senovitj 6 aylar önce
Tried to do this battle in Medieval 2 Total War, but the AI was smarter than the French 😅 The AI flanked and targeted the longbowmen. The mud was also less of a nuisance to speed in the game than it was in reality. .
@XRioteerXBoyX 7 aylar önce
Absolutely wonderful presentation. I applaud the narration and visual display. I think for some more historical accuracy, it would have been great to include that some groups of the long bowmen were positioned within the forests around the fields of Agincourt on both sides. The French side had some ideas about this, but were unsure of how to spot these groups of long bowmen due to heavy fog setting in on the evening preceding the day of the attack at the fields. With the long bowmen being able to position themselves without being harassed by the French, it allowed the English side to reinforce their sides with more wooden stakes to prevent the long bowmen from being easily attacked by scouts, and the English scouts themselves also were positioned at the rear to protect them. This fact, along with the funneling of the French side due to the positioning of stakes, allowed the English side to shoot down from the sides until the longbow men had no more arrows to shoot. As the French knights were made to be compacted into such a tight position and on thick muddy ground, they were unable to move backwards. This proved detrimental to them, as the French commanders would order more and more of their knighted cavalry to charge into the fray in the hopes of pushing the spirits of their men to push onwards. The funneling effect itself actually proved to be the downfall for the French though, as they could not maneuver around the ground easily and even with the heavy armour of the knights, the multitudes of arrows would find their way through the chinks of the armour and kill many knights, while the English infantry would hold the ground at the centre of the field.
@frederickgolding1913 7 aylar önce
Quite correct, this video is way wrong.
@Lurkkkkk 7 aylar önce
Just stumbled upon this video / channel and I must say the production quality is amazing. Fantastic work on the animations, and everything with video production. I watch a ton of history content and this is undoubtedly one of the best viewing experiences I’ve had, incredible. I placed a comment on a history reaction channel I watch called Vlogging through history in the hopes he will react and get you more views. Great work
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
Thank you so much for taking the time to leave such a wonderful comment. I'm so happy that you find the video entertaining because that's what I was going for. Being a single person, I try to multitask as much as possible while trying to balance quality with productivity. Any kind of exposure will definitely help me in the long run so I'm deeply grateful!
@jameswood1628 Aylar önce
Great animation - one other comment - I understand that the 3-1 ratio imbalance between armies was probably considerably overstated in terms of fighting men. The French army contained a great many more pages and non-combatants, giving the impression of swelled numbers. From the initial distance between armies it would not have been possible to see this distinction.
@christophhaupt2520 7 aylar önce
This was so far the best representation of the campaign and battle of Agincourt I have seen! Excellent work!
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
Thank you kindly and welcome!
@AlexHxelA 7 aylar önce
Really cool video! And interesting highlight of an historical event! 😎 Great job! P.S. This is how Medieval 3: Total War could look 😍
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
Thank you kindly!
@TXMEDRGR 6 aylar önce
The animation is amazing and will no doubt only get better with time. A well done video, thank you.
@historybattles3D 6 aylar önce
Thank you for watching!
@Thesavagesouls 6 aylar önce
Can't believe they were making animation of that quality in 1415.
@markmccormack8011 5 aylar önce
An excellent depiction. Shame that the AI couldn't pronounce many of the words and names.
@historybattles3D 5 aylar önce
Thanks It's not AI though..haha
@user-xb1rw3ny9v 3 aylar önce
Good job, the graphics are much improved on this version. Some of the others had pixelation. Hoping you can model your characters based more on portraits than a random face. Just FYI to add more realism. Great work!
@CorinneDunbar-ls3ej 2 aylar önce
I thought Henry V was exactly like his portrait.
@louisavondart9178 7 aylar önce
Archers didn't carry swords. They charged into battle with the hammers they used to set their stakes. I can imagine they knifed the ones they felled with their hammers though. In addition, Henry was horrified by the attack on his camp, in which all the boys were slaughtered. It was against all the rules of war and probably cemented his decision to execute all of his prisoners.
@alexrobertson2526 7 aylar önce
They did carry swords
@will-i-am-not 6 aylar önce
Yes they did have swords, and anything else they could use
@historybattles3D 6 aylar önce
According to my research, archers did carry swords.
@johnlumb1078 6 aylar önce
I agree they carried daggers rather than swords, but who is to say they never picked them up off of the field and reused them.
@____________5402 6 aylar önce
Henry ordered the execution of the prisoners in order to deter further french attack from the surviving cavalry. Henry was not a morally great man, he killed the prisoners as to scare off the remaining french, not out of revenge. Next time dont use netflix's 'the crown' as your source.
@lahire4943 7 aylar önce
Just a quick remark: The actual battlefield was certainly much more narrow than depicted. The line of English men-at-arms was covering the whole distance between the two forests and most of the English archers were positioned behind the trees. This prevented any flanking maneuver, and allowed the archers to shoot on the French from the sides. Also the mud was the crucial factor of the battle: French men-at-arms were knee deep into the mud. Moreover, the disparity of numbers between the two armies has been shrinking over the years. 8,000 vs 12-14,000 is the best estimate according to modern historians. Certainly not a 1 to 3 ratio! Finally, the battle is legendary, rightly so, but the odds were not as great as often claimed. The French had to attack a strong defensive position with the high ground through deep mud, and could only do so with frontal assaults. The reason is not arrogance however. Social and political reasons. The French had to save face following the English chevauchée, they had been trying to outflank the English for days, but now that the two sides would finally give battle, the opportunity was too good. Henry V chose well his spot!
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
The flanks are covered by the woods but indeed I should have made the field slightly narrower. I should have firstly arrayed the troops and then draw the field. Instead I did it the other way around. Well, that's something I've learned for the next video... As for the ratio, I do say that the English numbered around 6000 men and the French around 12-15000. I thought of keeping this line just for dramatic effect since the hard numbers are already mentioned. That's why it's -"Almost three to one"
@koboz9321 7 aylar önce
aint that deep
@johntillman6068 7 aylar önce
Nope. Still five to six thousand English and 25 to 30 thousand French. Shakespeare had it right at 5:1. French actually engaged were fewer, of course, as the third division, with perhaps 10,000 mounted combatants, mainly gros valets servants, didn't enter the fight. That's not counting squires and noncombatant servants.
@lahire4943 7 aylar önce
@@johntillman6068 Yeah now it's down to 5,000 English. 30,000 French? You mean 300,000? The kingdom of France would not put 30,000 men on the battlefield until the battle of Marignano one century later. And then until the battle of Seneffe in 1674.
@blastulae 7 aylar önce
@@lahire4943 Depends upon whom you count. Knights from both French factions were still arriving that morning. Virtually every man at arms had an armed, armored, mounted gros valet, plus squire and other servants. If you think 30,000 combatants too many, then 25,000 are probably too few. At least 10,000 men at arms, mostly dismounted, a similar number of mounted gros valets, 5000 archers and crossbowmen, plus some common heavy infantry not deemed worthy of mention. The battle destroyed a generation of French nobility.
@incainca 2 aylar önce
Not that it's a big issue, but the crest you've used for England is actually that of the Tudor family (much later in 1406), distinguishable by the three fleurs de lys in each blue section. Henry V's crest had many more fleurs de lys similar in pattern to the French crest used in the video.
@adrianlee2910 6 aylar önce
Very well made. Excellent explanation of the 1415 campaign.
@user-tm1mt2vp5p 7 aylar önce
I also forgot to mention in my previous posting that I have been associated with archery both target and field for more than 50years and have shot a long bow many times. You have to see just what it can do to a pig carcass to understand the kind of injury that a 100lb plus draw weight of a long bow can inflict to a horse and human target. It must have been a slaughter house. Thanks again.
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
Thank you very much for your wonderful comments! I've never fired a Longbow in my life but I've seen some videos here on TRshow about the effectiveness of the weapon against Agincourt-contemporary armor and it was really interesting. Plates were not being penetrated but the mailed-gaps between the plate armor proved to be quite vunrelable.
@michaelkilcooley5376 4 aylar önce
Nice video...but no mention of the mud. Along with the hail of arrows from English archers, the French advance was also hampered by the deplorable condition of the battlefield. Several days of torrential rains had turned the recently tilled ground at Agincourt into a soggy morass. Already weighed down by their heavy metal armor, the French knights were forced to slip and slide their way toward the English line, often sinking down to their knees in mud. Those lucky enough to survive the slog arrived at the enemy position exhausted and disorganized, while many others were caught in a human crush and either trampled or suffocated to death after they fell into the mire. Since most of the English weren’t wearing armor, they were able to pounce on the weary Frenchmen and inflict devastating casualties.
@markhedger6378 3 aylar önce
Yes the mud here is exceptionally sticky glacial clay but very fertile for the local farmers
@AurioDK 7 aylar önce
It´s quite perplexing to look back and realise that so many leaders in history failed to understand the importance of terrain conditions, weather and distance. Running in full armour across a mudded field is going to exhaust you just as much as trying to do the same in modern times with mobile warfare. Mud is a slow killer and in many ways just as devastating as a hard winter, combine the two in quick succession and you have the recipe for total military disaster.
@andrewvictor1865 3 aylar önce
Napoleon repeated the error at Waterloo, the Imperial Guard slogging uphill after heavy rain, too tightly formed and taking withering musket fire from front and flank.
@johntim3491 2 aylar önce
​@@andrewvictor1865and Hitler followed Napolean's mistake of opening European fronts to the East & West with a "I'll take yer all on" attitude & being dragged into a Winter campaign of attrition in Russia. For all the analysis it may look like terrain but the driver was perhaps ego in both cases when caution should have prevailed.
@cacsoccer101 4 aylar önce
Such an amazing video. I'm sure it took a long time to create. I hope you know it doesn't go unappreciated.
@historybattles3D 4 aylar önce
Thank you kindly! It took me about 2 months to make but even this amount of time was short because I've been building the system that I've used to make it for much longer. But it is all worth it when I get comments like that!
@HolyReality891 3 aylar önce
Really well made video. You brought the battle to life. Earned a subscriber!
@historybattles3D 3 aylar önce
Thank you!
@nobbytang 7 aylar önce
Love it …excellent graphics….thought the English small army was split 2000 heavy infantry and 4000 warbow men ……those archers were physically monsters …barrel chested hugely strong with great stamina, without their bows carrying mace or war hammers caused carnage on the flanks and rear of the pinned down french knights ….muddy fields meant the french literally had concrete on their calf’s whereas the archers without heavy plate had manoeuvrability..probably removed their shoes like the armies in the bog at Flodden…
@BB-yh5rd 6 aylar önce
Resolutely fascinating. Read about this battle in John Keegan's "Face of Battle." How many sure victories have been turned into devastating losses and deflected human history? I'm sure we'll never know. Even the language I'm typing likely wouldn't have existed without Agincourt let alone Colonial England, the USA my country of birth, Shakespeare and who knows what else. Alt history is pretty interesting because pick a deflection point and try to imagine what would have been different if what actually happened went the other way.
@historybattles3D 6 aylar önce
Totally agree. Seemingly small events can have massive repercussions
@Mr.Anderson__ 7 aylar önce
Spectacular video and animation. You have done this battle true justice. Pure skill at work
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
That's so wonderful to hear! I'm glad you liked it that much. This is a uphill "battle" for me so I'll constantly try to improve the final outcome. Thank you so much!
@MatthewBrock1 6 aylar önce
Most excellent! Really hope to see some epic Greek/Roman battles in the future
@historybattles3D 6 aylar önce
thank you very much! Yes, Rome and Greece are within my schedule, for sure!
@joedow6180 4 aylar önce
Really enjoyed that bit of animated history, look forward to more 😺👍🏻
@historybattles3D 4 aylar önce
Glad you enjoyed it
@luciustitius 6 aylar önce
Henry had a horrible scar on the left side of his face from an arrowwound that gave him quite the edge. That to see in the animation would‘ve been something.
@headshot6959 6 aylar önce
Battle of Shrewsbury no less, while he was Prince of Wales.
@tgsgardenmaintenance4627 7 aylar önce
Medieval warfare was absolutely brutal! Those poor bastards on either side! 😮
@stevencooper4422 6 aylar önce
Far better than getting artillery shelled though
@anakinvader9120 4 aylar önce
​@@stevencooper4422idk man. Really depends. Would much rather getting obliterated and not even feeling it than having an arrow shot through my leg, having it treated/amputated without anesthesia, and then most likely dying from infection and blood loss
@stevencooper4422 4 aylar önce
@@anakinvader9120 Fair enough, but the psychological damage of your fate being left to an arbitrary shell trajectory lead to far more cases of shell shock than prior to it's use. Take, for example, The revolutionary war vs the end of the civil war and how morale changed with modern warfare. You, however might embrace the thought far more easily than others. It all depends
@pantopete9649 2 aylar önce
Fantastic well done. I thought I knew all about Agincourt but this taught me a lot. :)
@bob5991 Aylar önce
Good job. I liked your commentary and the way you utilized graphics to bring some life to the subject.
@historybattles3D Aylar önce
@FancyMcDancy 7 aylar önce
Current historicity has it that Henry's army was NOT suffering from sickness (dysentery) at Agincourt. Those with this disease had been sent home from Harfleur.
@mikejhorn 6 aylar önce
Yes, had possibly been reinforced.
@simonj5615 6 aylar önce
The reason for the slaughter of the prisoners was two fold. Firstly, as the video says, Henry V feared there were so many, they might overwhelm the captors and attack from the rear. Secondly, his ranks were being depleted by all of the soldiers wishing to keep their valuable captives safe from others. He feared the French would overwhelm them in the main battle.
@shamiemcguire1588 3 aylar önce
This is just fantastic. It's such a brilliant way of portraying historical combat. Thank you so much...
@historybattles3D 3 aylar önce
Thank you too!
@hansemmen3862 6 aylar önce
These guys are about 45 years ahead of their time😂 that gothic armor looks 👍
@user-tm1mt2vp5p 7 aylar önce
Fantastic. Just fantastic. You might guess that I am an Englishman and you'd be right. You should be very proud to be connected not only to the superb quality but also the way the whole video was put together. It mirrored exactly what we were taught at school in English History.Thank you and well done
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
That's so wonderful to hear. Thank you so much for watching and leaving such beautiful feedback. I tried to balance historical accuracy with entertainment value as much as possible. And I'll continue to evolve this "concept" in future releases.
@user-qj4kh5ix4s 2 aylar önce
Is the commentators American judging by his language Agincourt came out as Aggncourt
@howardking3601 5 aylar önce
Impressive graphics! Narrative is easy to follow. Good work!
@cymro6537 7 aylar önce
Great animation!👏✨👍 Only one niggle , Henry V had been badly wounded at the battle of Shrewsbury in 1403 when an arrow penetrated his right cheek bone very deeply. Surely this would've left quite a scar ?
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
You are right. It is something that I just decided not to work on for this release because it would have added a significant delay to the video's release. But, thank you very much for your wonderful and useful feedback!
@cymro6537 7 aylar önce
@@historybattles3D Thanks for replying. Once again , congratulations! 👍
@heimdallwg2112 Aylar önce
It would. That's why he is the only English monarch that never had portrait painted of his full face. Only on one side.
@cymro6537 Aylar önce
@@heimdallwg2112 Correct.
@mohammadshannan3312 7 aylar önce
Absolutely fantastic video, reminds me of total war , but the commentator and the environment is absolutely amazing thank you so much for your video and the informations in it
@larsrons7937 3 aylar önce
Nice video. Good graphics, and the story well presented.
@historybattles3D 3 aylar önce
Much appreciated!
@icyBulls 6 aylar önce
Absolute amazing commentary and visuals!!! Bravo!!
@historybattles3D 6 aylar önce
Thank you!
@philipcarter4532 6 aylar önce
I first learned about the battle of Agincourt in year 7 history. Every time I see or read something like this I learn something new about it.
@thijsheesen4901 7 aylar önce
Ive only just now come across your channel and watched some of your videos, they are wel ldocumented, wonderfully narrated and very well presented with beautifull graphics and designs bringing moments like this to life. I would say the animations quite often feel weird but thats probably the only gripe i have. Wonderfull job mate. (also i genuinly dont mean it as harsh/mean critisism but just trying to maybe help or something idk)
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
Thanks for the feedback! What animations feel weird can you specify?
@thijsheesen4901 7 aylar önce
@@historybattles3D Sometimes when standing still soldiers looks odd, static almost or repeat a lot of animations to quickly, cavalry is completely static on horseback when riding, that sort of thing, its not bad but it is noticeable (that or im nit picky). regardless a great video but when cavalry starts t posing (not really ofc just joking) its a bit odd.
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
@@thijsheesen4901 That's because I have a finite number of animations to use for such tasks. My other option is to motion capture completely new animations just for idling soldiers which right now is not really an option because of the cost of such equipment. Yet another option is to animate everything by hand, which is impractical because of how time consuming it is. As for the static cavalry men- which I think is what you mean, this is a whole new thing that I'm trying to implement in the new release. It will require a whole new series of code, and a reconsideration of the way that I code and animate the cavalry. The technical aspect is already solved, fortunately took me only a couple of days to figure this out. I only have to find the appropriate animations for the horsemen and then implement them on the horse with the appropriate code.
@thijsheesen4901 7 aylar önce
@@historybattles3D well if thats is the solution it does seems impossible haha, and your work is still wonderfull so dont take it too harsh, im eager to see more of your work
@mr.blanco6763 2 aylar önce
Was this made with AI? Holy crap man documentary’s got like 1090000000 times more exciting. Seeing what is being read to you is just way better vs just reading.
@historybattles3D 2 aylar önce
Thanks! No, it is handcrafted animation made by me. It took me 2.5 months of daily work.
@musthaf9 7 aylar önce
Impressive! Did you actually render the accurate number of soldiers?
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
Thank you very much! It's not an exact 1to1 represenation of the actual numbers but I stretched my hardware to the limit. So, I know for sure that I can't use more soldiers that I did here with my current setup.
@greenwave819 Aylar önce
I come to celebrate the 608th anniversary of this epic battle
@Kam-xs4gn 6 aylar önce
Really enjoyed that! Not only have i now subscribed ive actually hit the 🔔 as well. Looking forward to watching more. Fantastic work 👏
@historybattles3D 6 aylar önce
Thank very much! And of course, welcome aboard!
@gandalfthegay420 6 aylar önce
This gives me Time Commanders vibes! Love it ❤
@robkunkel8833 Aylar önce
Despite all the games and CGI and everything else available, this is the first time I have been able to encompass a big battle with this kind of presentation. Very impressive. I could almost feel the sheer numbers involved and the macho energy that it would take me to want to go into battle. Christians fighting Christians. Time to go back and re-read this incredible victory for … who … the British or should I say English? Does it matter at this point in history? 🏹Thanks fellow historians. 🙏
@VikingRik 2 aylar önce
A minor point, the English Longbowmen were armed with Polearms and English/Dane axes as well as swords and daggers. King Henry had made it a point that ALL Longbowmen be equipped with Polearms/axes and trained in the use of by the Nobles that had to provide and equip a certain number of Longbowmen before they left England to help counter the French cavalry superiority.
@brrrush5021 6 aylar önce
Amazing video! The english bowmens were absolute BEASTS!
@simonj5615 6 aylar önce
Difficult to admit as a proud Englishmen, but most of the archers were Welsh.
@JesusChristJ 6 aylar önce
​@@simonj5615 I'm Anglo-Welsh so problem solved.
@Fyrd_Productions 6 aylar önce
Very cool, just one technicallity is that Henry suffered a grave facial injury when shot by an arrow in a previous battle and was disfigured but is not shown to have any scarring in the animation.
@peterholman9034 5 aylar önce
Overall a good effort (faint praise - sorry). Ignoring the AGIN-CAWT and the calvary, the animation was well done. But I was a little puzzled that as the voice was telling us that the French horse rode into their own infantry and disrupted it, the video showed them riding past on each side with no disruption at all. Does one believe ears or eyes? Keep up the good work
@sorrysirmygunisoneba 3 aylar önce
One of my ancestors was an archer at Agincourt, was mine blown when I found out.
@Jbryan23 7 aylar önce
Amazing channel showing 3d battles. I just stumbled upon this channel today. Going to look for some Alexander the Great content next! Great work with the battles and bringing history back right before our very eyes!
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
Τhank you so much! I'll cover many different periods for sure! It is very fortunate that the channel is being received quite positively from the community because this will certainly allow me to experiment on different projects and historical periods and constantly try to improve the videos by adding features etc.
@garylancaster8612 6 aylar önce
Excellently done and I like the way it showed that the battle wasn't decided the way received wisdom has it. That ise, that the bowmen basically shot up the French from a distance and pretty much cleared it all up themselves. As shown here, the French men at arms reached the English line and were beaten there. I kind of wish it hadn't shown the French running at the English though, they trudged slowly through thick mud at a slow walk. Also, the battle was launched when an English commander threw his baton in the air and shouted "Now. Strike"! to signal the first arrow volley. That would have been cool to show.
@historybattles3D 6 aylar önce
Thank you very much! Initially, I contemplated sending the knights on foot, but I realized I didn't have an adequate portrayal of mud, so I thought that having them run would appear more visually appealing on the screen. Regarding the baton, I genuinely considered including the scene! However, I regretfully lacked the suitable animations to bring it to life.
@garylancaster8612 6 aylar önce
@@historybattles3D Thanks for the reply! Yes, of course there must be technical constraints on what you can portray. The overall look of the film though is great and I really liked the overhead shots of the two armies from above. It's been more than 20 years since I visited the battlefield. There's a good museum there.
@David-bw7is 7 aylar önce
Did my History Degree on The Hundred Years war, so this was quite a good video to watch.....Your pronunciation of Agincourt was, well lets say....different though 😉
@simonengland6448 7 aylar önce
There were many. English appears to be an optional extra to diversity in education now. My favourite, which made me chuckle out loud was 'calvary charge'. Made me think of levant hills running across a desert.
@howarddavies8937 7 aylar önce
Yes the pronunciation of Azincourt was quite bizarre.
@pieterrosesmissen1589 7 aylar önce
​@@howarddavies8937do you mean "bigare"?
@mrnobody4237 7 aylar önce
It's an AI voice.
@Toast491 6 aylar önce
Hey, out of curiosity, where did you do you degree?
@unbearifiedbear1885 6 aylar önce
Agincourt = _"Aj-in-corr"_ 👍🏻 I've never heard a historical documentary mispronounce that word before.. great presentation but completely misses out on explanations of _"the death of chivalry",_ whereby commoner English archers took advantage and *slaughtered* the French noble Cavalry, who'd become stuck in the mud. This was and is one of the most important narrative factors of the whole battle imo (especially from the French perspective) A great presentation, if not maybe as focused as it should've been ❤
@farright118 7 aylar önce
OK this is dope. I love hoe you explained the story through animation P..s what land did England capture after the battle?
@paulwusteman9963 7 aylar önce
@simonj5615 6 aylar önce
His claim to France was recognised. You have to remember that the two royal families were pretty interlinked back then. Henry V was the first English king for 4 centuries to use English, rather than French as his first language.
@alanlockwood2107 7 aylar önce
Can't wait to see the battle of Patay (1429). Where 180 French knights led by Joan of Arc routed, in a devastating heavy cavalry charge, a 5000 strong English army, annihilated the English longbowmen corps, killing 3000 and taking 400 prisonners, including the famous John Talbot. The French lost only three knights. This annihilation was so complete the English never recovered from it, which allowed the French to recapture all stronghold taken by English forces one by one until the recapture of Bordeaux in 1453, opened the road to Reims, coronation place of all French kings, where Charles VII was crowned the same year. The later use of artillery by the French definitely ended the era of supremacy of the English longbowen. The English Azincourt. Minus the slaughtering of wounded and prisoners.
@landongest8364 6 aylar önce
Why are you salty?
@levipoops 6 aylar önce
Still butthurt 600 years later
@alanlockwood2107 6 aylar önce
@@levipoops who won the war again ? Right, It's France.
@luxiusilluminus2844 6 aylar önce
At last somebody with common sense!
@levipoops 6 aylar önce
@@alanlockwood2107 Yh but do you see me crying about it on a youtube comment? Silly baguette eating frog
@historyedits2401 6 aylar önce
You need to make the Battle of Aljubarota its even more impressive. Already subed to your channel, i am hoping for more great content!
@KHK001 7 aylar önce
Another great video! thanks for your hard work HB!
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
Thank you very much for being here, KHK!
@Kublaioi 7 aylar önce
Super cool man, I think the one thing that could be worked on is the animation of the horses and the soldiers walking. The longbowman animation is amazing though, and the fighting animations are completely good.
@andrewjackson4278 7 aylar önce
I’m confused on why both the English and French used so many heater shields which there was little to none at agincourt, they used Bouche shield which even then was very rarely used, also the use of sallet (helmet) which weren’t introduced until the late 1400s. Also the number of French combatants were around 20000 to 40000, with around 6000 of the French nobility, the number of levies is not known as the French only counted the dead nobility. It was a good animation overall as it is very rarely you see a Birds Eye view of a battle.
@andrewjackson4278 7 aylar önce
Sorry meant to say 6000 dead French nobility were killed at agincourt
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
I have no idea were you got your information about the Bouche shields. From all of my research I never found any reference that supports this idea. The Sallets were not introduced during the late 15th century. But indeed, I probably overused them here. They wouldn't be so prevalent during Agincourt. As for the numbers, this is literally a never ending debate. But it is necessary to derive to a certain conclusion in order to make a presentation otherwise I would just say "Well, the numbers are everyone's guess but the English MIGHT have been fewer in numbers".
@user-wh8mb7tm2g 4 aylar önce
20000 to 40000😂, what a silly comment the kingdom of France wouldn't put that many soldiers on the battlefield, especially at this time, not until centuries later, anyway the French won the war and that's all to it
@LetsSeeYourKungFu 6 aylar önce
This is pretty cool. How do you animate your videos? It looks like a video game
@user-xb1rw3ny9v 3 aylar önce
Great work & Cool premise. Its I hope a continuation of things to come, imho, its a narration with much more tactical overview of battlefield conditions that led to civilization we find ourselves today. I think the tactics you have (3d battlefields) and insights are spot on. Hope you will focus also on Naval next. With the google earth zoom over + in, so you can see naval ship positioning, type of incoming/outgoing fire patterns and zones of control/fire. The coup de grace would be to simulate the entire Battle of Midway. No one has done that, most are small inserts of movie clips and its the same reels we've seen for 70's years or more of a different battle even, or worse the wrong type of aircraft spliced into a battle that didn't have that model in that theatre. Its a huge project, but perhaps start with the Biggest Little Battle - Trafalgar, or The Spanish Armada with Drake in 3d, standing ever more bravely as he crossed-the-T's and saw cannon and grape shot take down every single sail and sailor who dared try to fire in anger back at them.
@SonnyBlakk187 4 aylar önce
This was brilliantly done I'm definitely subscribing
@historybattles3D 4 aylar önce
Welcome aboard!
@gringo19860 5 aylar önce
Crazy bloodthirsty times - glad I wasn't on that front line!😬 Who would have thought that 500yrs later Englishmen would be fighting 'alongside' Frenchmen in the same general area to expel a common enemy.
@georgebill1885 7 aylar önce
Great work mate. What engine did you use for this animation?
@DomhnallOSuileabhainPrin-tm1fw 6 aylar önce
Commentators should realise that the English of 1415 pronounced Agincourt the French way. Remember Henry V was only the first English King since 1066 to speak and write in English since 1066 but he was as fluent in French.
@wakeupuk3860 6 aylar önce
SUPERB !! Have had a keen interest in Henry V and Agincourt when my father took me to see the Laurence Olivia film when I was only 6 in 1969, it inspired in me a lifelong interest that led to also liking Shakespeare and now at 70 I still have. As such, this animation and it's narration brought all that interest together and added to it very much.
@historybattles3D 6 aylar önce
That's so wonderful to hear! I recently watched a couple of Laurence Olivier films, including Henry V. They are wonderful works of art! Especially Henry V armor is amazing. I've never seen a better depiction of armor of the period in a film, not even in modern films with huge budgets.
@CorinneDunbar-ls3ej 2 aylar önce
Same experience, and now I'm 75. I think I was about 9 when I saw that film, and still remember how exciting it was, and how rousing Henry's rallying speeches were. Like you, I've loved history and Shakespeare all my life. If I were a child now, able to watch this video for the first time, I think I would be equally as inspired and captivated. The video is wonderful....a work of art, and it must have taken a huge amount of painstaking work, technical skill and true artistry. Huge thank you.🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩🇬🇧
@wakeupuk3860 2 aylar önce
:-) Could not agree more.@@CorinneDunbar-ls3ej
@alexpetrov8871 7 aylar önce
5:00 "Siege dragged on for six weeks. During this time English forces where decimated by frequent outbreaks of dysentery. Which ultimately claimed the lives of almost third ("decimated", seriously??) of the troops" - just imagine the cruelty of times where 12000 armed men came to the siege and less than two months later 4000 of them died because of dirty water. Damm...
@dylansalazar1226 6 aylar önce
Wow! These animations are so freaking cool you deserve at least a million subscribers please do more of these!
@germman2050 3 aylar önce
11:04 the image of an army, kneeling and praying before battle really made me feel something.
@historyafficionado478 7 aylar önce
This really looks like TW:Attila Medieval 1212 with some AI art for inpainting. Probably my imagination because it looks gorgeous!
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
There is no AI or Total War involved, but thank you very much!
@Puzzoozoo 6 aylar önce
Henry had fought in battles when he was 15, he was a tough kid who could look after himself.
@thomasdepauw 7 aylar önce
Can you imagine where we would be as a species if we learned how to work together instead of fighting each other? This divide and conquer strategy has done nothing but advance the ruling class and kept the rest of humanity in disarray. War is a rich man's game.
@Blueflame1138 6 aylar önce
A fun video. Was interesting to see the set up and execution of the battle from both sides. The pronunciation of Agincourt was so “Englishman speaking French without bothering to even try”. And I noticed “Calvery” rather than “Cavalry” a few times. Reminds me of a friend who used the word “gen-ray” rather than “genre”. 8/10!
@127250 4 aylar önce
I think that you may find it isn't a real person, but this wonderful AI
@chandlerb.6416 7 aylar önce
underrated channel. Hope yall get more recognition in the near future.
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
Thank you very much! I hope so too! haha
@kingmaker2865 7 aylar önce
seeing as you have some of the armour models already , From this video. Would love to see a video on the Battle of Towton.
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
I was torn between Towton and Bosworth, but it MIGHT be Bosworth this time...
@johneaton25 7 aylar önce
@@historybattles3DWhatever battle you do it’ll be great 👍
@mikeelliott2736 7 aylar önce
Nope. By Towton, the armies would look completely different with men-at-arms in full plate armour and archers in bi-coloured livery. Besides, Towton is now not thought to be the largest battle in the Wars of the Roses...
@kingmaker2865 7 aylar önce
@Mike Elliott this video is full of late 15th century sallets. Hahaha, easily add a few colours to the archers. It wouldn't be hard to change.. plenty of late plate armour in the video too.
@stevem561980 6 aylar önce
This was AWESOME! Can you do the Battle of Gettysburg please?
@historybattles3D 6 aylar önce
Thank you very much! Well, Gettysburg is going to be a completely different "beast". The good thing is that for the next video I have already built a system for artillery that works pretty well. If I can get or create the appropriate animations for musketeers I will eventually move onto the gunpowder era. So, Gettysburg will certainly come at some point.
@waynevaughan9325 5 aylar önce
Brilliant animation.
@MultiFallguy 6 aylar önce
I love the french that did the power slide. If only all of them did that, they would have won.
@aladd646 7 aylar önce
Superbly done. I enjoyed the presentation.
@historybattles3D 7 aylar önce
Thank you for the wonderful feedback !
@uppal123g 7 aylar önce
Your channel is sick.. I wish it had more 3d battles
@sircalvin83 6 aylar önce
Greatness, per usual! Cant wait for the next
@historybattles3D 6 aylar önce
Thank you!
@facehugger3 4 aylar önce
The battle was fought 25th october 1415. There was torrential rain for days before the battle which made the battle ground a morass of mud. I'm not sure if it was sunny on the actual day as depicted in the animations but it probably wasn't
@golden.lights.twinkle2329 5 aylar önce
When I was at school in the 1960s in Britain, I don't remember this battle ever being discussed. They didn't mention Waterloo either.
@user-gy1no4hn8y Aylar önce
An interesting account, although vastly different from the account of the battle in Shakespear's 'Henry V.' One disappointment was the number of the same shields for The FitzAlan Earl Warren! That could have been better researched.
@theravagedgrapefruit8190 5 aylar önce
My Ancestor John De Hynton commanded a Company of Archers at the Battle of Agincourt , October 25th 1415
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