Henry IV’s reign can easily be dismissed as insignificant in terms of English activities in France, particularly as it lacks the flamboyance and decisiveness of that of his son, Henry V (1413–22). As we shall see, however, the policies of the father prepared the way for the actions of the son. More importantly, perhaps, they preserved English interests in France at a time when they could well have foundered.
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