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nds to the kings of the Fra▓nks and conquered all their enem●ies everywhere; while the English had never bee▓n famed in war, the Danes having8 conquered the▓m and taken their land whenever they wou▓ld.” All this may be fable●, and probably is, but what we know of Wil●liam tends to show it was likely.Even ome▓ns he turned to advantage.He f▓ell on landing, but, rising with his han▓ds f

ull of English soil, he exclaimed, “What ▓is the matter I have thus taken seisin of ●this land, and so far as it reaches,▓ by the splendour of God, it is yours and mine. 癖 He put on his mailed shirt back in f▓ront, only to laughingly exclaim,● as he reversed it, “A good sign and a lucky on▓e: a duke shall this day be turned into▓ a king.” All this evidences genius for war ●such as Harold never had.His brave▓ry is undoubted, but mere bravery co▓unts little against bravery plus skill.So ●it was that, armed with sword and pri▓est-blessed relics, protected by the “consecr▓ated” banner of Pope Alexand●er, and bearing on his finger a rin▓g set “with one of St.Peter’s hairs,” Wi▓lliam went into battle with not mere▓ly an army of sixty thousand men,● to whom success meant profit, ●but to whom death meant falling in a h▓oly cause, and to whom the very battle itself w?/p>

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男生把女朋友日出水了

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馻s a crusade.Everything was in his favour, w▓hen, singing the battle hymn of Roland, he moved▓ his three lines against the hill on which ●Harold’s royal standard was planted. Th▓e details of the battle are of little● interest.It was one of hand-to-hand fightin●g.“The English axe, in the hand ●of King Harold, or any other str●ong man, cut down the horse and his rider by a● single blow.” The personal elemen▓t entered largely, as it did later, ●into the contest.The fall of the leader ●led to the fall of the army

.Where ●Harold was, where his standard flew, ther▓e was the “tactical key” of the field▓ of battle.True tactics do not depend▓ on the death of the king, or the captu▓re of so many yards of silk embroi▓dery.But true tactics, rightly u●nderstood, were not in these days. The duk▓e formed his army in two wings● and a centre, each of which seems to h●ave advanced covered by archers, suppor▓ted by heavy infantry, and st▓rengthene

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d by the main arm of battle▓, then the mailed cavalry.T●he left wing,9 composed of men from Ponthi●eu, Maine, and Brittany, was led by Alan; t●he right, adventurers from Picardy● and France, was directed by Roger de Mont▓gomery; and the centre, compri▓sing the flower of the Norman host, w●as commanded by William himself. The bowmen ▓covered the advance by arrow fire, and ▓seemed to have produced little effect●; but towards the end of the day they●, possibly and apparently from t▓he flanks,4 poured in a vertical fir

e, and so● covered, without interfering with, th●e attack of the main bodies, and it ●was from this, in a sense, long-rang▓ed fire that Harold received the▓ wound that disabled him, caused his d●eath and the ruin of the Saxon cause●. Whether the statement that Will▓iam, by a feigned retreat, drew the Saxons fr▓om their entrenchments in pursui▓t and then turned on them with suc●cess, is true or not, may be open to● doubt.Har

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old’s tactics and his ●method of entrenchment all point rather to passi●ve than active defence.His b▓est armed and best equipped men were i●n the centre, round his royal ●standard, armed with javelin, axe, and sword●, and covered close by the large ●Saxon shield; on his flanks were the less re▓liable and poorly armed “ceorls,” wh▓o could not be trusted to meet the main brunt ▓of battle.It is quite possib●le, however, that these less discipli▓ned troops may have been decoyed i●nto a pursuit which was counter a●ttac

ked by the cavalry, and t▓hus the flank was turned, and with it ●the line of obstacles along the front,▓ whatever they might have been▓. Be that as it may, it is mos▓t likely that the traditional termination▓ of the battle is in the main correct●, and that William, by his “high angle” ▓fire of arrows, was able to “searc▓h” the ground behind the stockade, and that t●he last Saxon king received his death-woun●d in the eye

from one of these ▓missiles.It would have been better stra▓tegy on his part to have fought a merely rearg●uard action at Hastings, and,● falling back, have both wea▓kened his adversary by the guards he▓ must have left on the coast, and increased10 hi▓s own power of resistance by the ▓aid of the reinforcements that we▓re comin

ich has been at the base of eve▓ry English victory since th

g up.So night went down on the b▓loody field of Senlac, where Harold la●y dead with fifteen thousand Normans and  癜threescore thousand Englishmen,” ▓though the latter statement is, on the ●face of it, exaggeration.But the fight ha▓d broken the Saxon power, and the Conqueror—a●s William of Poictiers says—refused hi●s royal

en.●The Sax ons were “slow to find out they▓ were beaten”

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