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More acknowledges that such a way of warfare is often considered mean and cruel, but, he writes, ‘the Utopians are very proud of it. ’99 In short, then, assassinating enemy leaders was probably the most costeffective way of waging war in the age of chivalry. 100 One can hardly begin to estimate the consequences for European history if in 1152 Louis VII had sent an assassination squad to murder Eleanor of Aquitaine before she could marry Henry Plantagenet. Similarly, what would have happened if in 1498 French agents had poisoned Juana of Castile and Philip Habsburg, before the couple sired any offspring?
In battle great efforts were made to locate the enemy leader and direct the attack against him, and equally great efforts were made to protect one’s own leader. 93 The most famous demonstrations of this maxim are the killing of Harold at Hastings (1066), which decided not only the fate of the battle, but of Anglo-Saxon England as well; and the killing of Richard III at Bosworth (1485), which similarly decided the outcome of the Wars of the Roses. 94 The deaths in battle of Gaston de Foix (1512), Charles duke of Bourbon (1527), and Maurice of Saxony (1553) are three famous examples for how the death of a general could, even in the sixteenth century, turn victory into something much closer to a defeat.
His release drama tically changed the balance of power in France. 124 Rescue operations could nonetheless involve the use of foul methods, such as bribery and deceit. In particular, problems arose if the captive prince gave his word of honour that he would not try to escape. For example, in 1346/7 the sixteen-year-old count of Flanders, Louis de Mâle, was held prisoner by his own subjects due to his pro-French inclinations. He was carefully watched day and night by twenty guards, so that, according to Jean le Bel, ‘he could hardly piss in private’ .