At Forming, the King Henry VI's English bowmen would face a new, improved French foe, one equipped with the latest in the way of weaponry.

Agincourt

The Guns of Forming

By Eric Niderost

In the fall of 1447, Edmund Beaufort, Duke of Somerset, was not a happy man. He was lieutenant general of France and Guyenne, a kind of viceroy who oversaw English possessions in France, and he was also a powerful and rapacious feudal magnate in his own right. Read more