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2016. 7. 7. · At the start of the war in 1337, the command structure was the same on both sides. At the top was the king, commanding men in peace as he did in war. He had the right to summon men for war, lead them in battle and punish them for failing to serve. His presence on the battlefield could be a huge motivator, as for the English at Agincourt in 1415.
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