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By: Ben Elves


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In an age when kings were ordained by God and the powerful waded through Europe up to their knees in blood, a wide-eyed 13-year-old boy first went to war. Over time he learned to look death in the face and, with grimace, draw his sword.

He was afraid of neither man nor God.

Surviving the Black Death, disastrous battles and campaigns in foreign lands and the machinations of kings, bishops and nobles, Sir Thomas Erpingham fought across a continent, defended the interests of England and became the unsung hero of Agincourt.

Ben Elves is a native of Norfolk. After spending many years in the Royal Air Force as an armourer and then working as a technician in nanotechnology and as a photographer, he now teaches aviation and mechanical engineering. His first love is motorcycling, followed closely by travel, photography and history. When not working or writing, he is most likely to be found exploring country lanes and winding roads or old ruins somewhere in the world, accompanied by a camera looking for inspiration.


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