The phrase “Band of Brothers” now has special meaning in our language. It comes, of course, from the Agincourt Speech in Shakespeare’s Henry V. Its words and its sentiments have echoed through the great battles of history and galvanized the hopes of both men and women for comrades who share life and struggles together. In this podcast, Stephen tells the story of the words “Band of Brothers” through history, and he does so on the anniversary of the great Agincourt Battle: October 25th.

Image: Aert van den Bossche; “Martyrdom of Saints Crispin and Crispinian”