The year is 1544. Under the supervision of Henry VIII, the Earl of Surrey and his men attempt to tunnel their way into the French castle at Boulogne. Over two thousand men die of disease and starvation and another three thousand fall ill as â€˜the flux’ sweeps the King’s camp. The French surrender to a gloating Henry who returns to England in triumph and commands festivities and celebrations throughout the land.
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