The Battle of Crécy, also spelled Cressy, was an English victory during the Edwardian phase part of the Chevauchée of Edward III of 1346 during the Hundred Years' War. It was the first of three famous English successes during the conflict, followed by Poitiers in 1356 and Agincourt …
Image from a 15th-century illuminated manuscript of Jean Froissart's Chronicles
Battle of Crécy (19th-century engraving)
English gun used at the Battle of Crécy
Edward III counting the dead on the battlefield of Crécy.