King Harold did not win the Battle of Hastings. He was killed toward the end, which caused his army to retreat. This marked the beginning of the Norman takeover of England.
they tricked the Saxons by pretending to retreat and the Saxons followed and lead them into swamps
the battle of hastings
The battle of hastings was in a town called battle (which was not named battle until after the battle of hastings) it was in the middle of knowwere and it was about 10km from a town called hastings.
Harold was not a great military leader. He was fooled by William the Conqueror's false retreat.
The battle of Hastings was in 1066.
the battle of hastings was in 1066! 1066
What did the Normans do after the battle of Hastings?
The battle of hastings occurred in 1066.
the clues in the name the battle was the battle of Hastings and it was fought in Hastings on Senlac Hill
I think it happened at pretty much the same time
on the day of battle of hastings thaere was a BATTLE :/
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The month the Battle Of Hastings was in was October.
the battle of hastings was in 1066
The battle of Hastings actually took place 6 miles away from Hastings.
the battle of hastings took place about seven miles away from hastings.
The Battle of Hastings was held in Hastings, which is in the southern part of England.
The battle of Hastings was neither a war or a campaign it was a Battle
because it was fought in a place called sussex but they thought they were fighting in Hastings.
The battle of Hastings, the battle of Forthford gates and the battle of Stamford Bridge.
The Battle of Hastings happened outside Hastings to the west in a battlefield which today, is a normal field. It happened about 6km from Hastings at the time.
The Battle of Hastings Took place on on Senlac Hill, near Hastings.
18,000 people were in the battle of hastings