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What was Williams of plan in 1066?

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William of Normandy apparently planned to land in England and draw Harold into a battle, then devastate the countryside, like Sherman on his March to the Sea, in the area around London until they begged for mercy. He benefited from the fact that Harold Hardrada struck first, drawing the Saxon forces north and east to the Battle of Stamford Bridge. Though the Saxons won the battle, they then had to race south and west to Hastings to face William. After which, William laid waste to much of the English countryside. The rest is history. In fact, all of it is history.
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