| Quote #7
Not to-day, O Lord,
Henry is always afraid that his family's history will come back to haunt him. The night before the Battle of Agincourt, he prays to God and begs him not to punish him for his father's sins – stealing the crown from Richard II and having him murdered. Although his father's actions are responsible for Henry inheriting the English crown, Henry worries that these actions will ultimately cause his downfall.
| Quote #8
We few, we happy few, we band of brothers;
This speech has become famous for the way it gives voice to the idea that soldiers become a family (specifically, a brotherhood) when they experience combat together.
| Quote #9
Henry's marriage to Catherine is an important part of the peace treaty because the marriage unifies England and France. If Henry and Catherine can produce a son (which they will), then he'll also one day rule both countries.