The Battle of Agincourt began with the English out numbered by 41,500. Henry V of England had the idea to use the small amount of space to his advantage, then the war began.
After the battle began, the French were losing more and more men. The English archers were killing them rapidly, but as the French attempted to attack the archers they noticed that there was a line of stakes blocking them from attacking. The ability to move around began to decrease.
The archers on the English side began to attack with swords and axes, due to an order from Henry. The English then finished out the war by winning. The total deaths on the French side added up to 9,000.