The decision by King Henry V of England to invade France in 1415, which culminated in the Battle of Agincourt, was brought about partially by the legendary taunt of the heir to the French throne, the Dauphin, to Henry. What was this?

Answer: He sent Henry tennis balls suggesting that he stay in England and play tennis.

Source: General Historical Texts

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