The eldest son of King Henry IV, Henry V spent much of his reign in battle. His conquering of the French made him many enemies, but also made him a hero to his English citizens. They believed him to be a just and strong king. He died at the young age of thirty-five when he contracted an unknown sickness believed now to be dysentery.
A closer view of the young King Henry V.
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