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Harald Hardrada died at the battle of Stamford Bridge a few weeks before The Battle of Hastings.

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well after the battle of hastings he went back to his own country

Harald Hardrada was not at the Battle of Hastings, he had been killed at the Battle of Stamford Bridge near York by the army of Harold Godwinson.

The Battle of Hastings was held in Hastings, which is in the southern part of England.

The Viking Harold was Hadraada, the other (the English one who who got the arrow in his eye) was Godwinson.

The Battle of Hastings was fought in 1066 near the town of Hastings in the county of Sussex in England.

He didn't really have that much luck, but he did manage to kill Harald Hadraada and his brother Tostig.

The Battle of Hastings took place in England. It occurred in the year 1066. The battle was fought a few miles from the area of Hastings, in an area which is known today as Battle, East Sussex, England.

after the battle of hastings the normans began to settle in to England and on christmas day 1066 William was crowned William I of England

In the battle of Hastings, William the Conqueror won and he was pronounced the King of England

About 6 to 7 miles in inland, at Battle, England.

Winning the battle of hastings in 1066 established William I as the first Norman King of England.

Yes!!! Harold Godwienson got crowned king during the battle of Hastings! But not for long. Harold Godwienson beat Harald Hadraada in the 1st part but then he unfortunately got killed by William the Conqueror.

Because it took place ina town in England called Hastings.

Yes the Battle of Hastings was the French invasion of England.

He invaded England, won the Battle of Hastings, and was declared king. His henchmen then spread out over the land and took over control.

As haraold godwineson had just fought a battle against harold hadraada and was not prepared as his troops were exhausted from the walk from stanford bridge to Hastings and did not bring any forces (horses or archers) to improve his chances of winning the battle

William the Conqueror was the one who defeated Harold Godwinson in the Battle of Hastings, for the throne of England.

Hastings close to the present-day town of Battle, East Sussex in England .

they fought for the crown and to be the KING OF ENGLAND

at the end of the battle of hastings william had a hard job controlling england!

The Battle of Stamford Bridge and the Norman conquest of England.

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