AnswerHe had a very tried army, after a forced march, all the way from stamford bridge. Harold later, lost his life.
For a while, Harold was the Saxon King of Britain. But, he lost the Battle of Hastings, against the Norman invasion and also lost his life. British future was changed forever.
The lives of ordinary people were effected the most after the Battle of Hastings. Reform, new punishments for crimes and the recovering from the war made day to day life difficult for most.
Life got worse in 1066 because the battle of hastings ruined everything.
Once William had won the Battle of Hastings, he came to England and made castles and introduced new rules.
Harold Cooke Phillips has written: 'Life that is life indeed' -- subject(s): Christian life
After the battle of hastings saxon people were enslaved into what could only be called black slavery. they were also put through hell from William of Normandy e.g the harrying of the north were William got all live stock and weat etc and burnt it all. The battle of hastings had a great effect on the way the british lived, when William the congueror won the battle of hasting the french brought over many different rules that the engligh must follow for instance the french made engligh talk french, brought the laws and way of life over, the engligh found this hard to live with because of the french had such a different was of living to the English.
Harold Jager has written: 'Brief life'
err nothing did it has been estimated that three hundred thousand people died in the wake of the Norman conquest, that's one in five of the population.
Simone Bertrand has written: 'Bayeux monumental' -- subject(s): Architectural Decoration and ornament, Architecture, Buildings, structures, Historic buildings 'La Tapisserie de Bayeux' -- subject(s): Bayeux tapestry, Hastings, Battle of, 1066, Hastings, Battle of, England, 1066, in art, Historiography, History, Social life and customs
This Is Your Life - 1971 Harold Krents was released on: USA: 22 October 1972
The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp - 1955 Just Before the Battle 6-35 was released on: USA: 13 June 1961
Harold McAnaney has written: 'Still life in Byzantium'
Nope. Harold Finch, his character limps. And even he didn't always limp. Look at flashback sequences set before 2010 -- he runs, works out. It is only during the flashbacks, before his accident, that Harold doesn't limp.
he was killed
C. Harold Smith has written: 'The Bridge of Life'
Harold Shipman's life has been particularly shocking. He has committed over 250 homicides. He was a doctor who killed his patients. He has been sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole.
F. Harold Smith has written: 'The Buddhist way of life' -- subject(s): Buddhism, Religious life
Harold J. Taylor has written: 'Massachusetts life insurance law' -- subject(s): Life Insurance
He told the pope so many nobles and mercenaries joined up to have a guaranteed place in the after life, he also had 7,000 men 200 horses and 700 ships.
I belive if you have good tactics and a good battle plan then you are a good leader and that's exactly what William had. Good tactics and a great mind in battle. Like the playing dead thing. AWSOME! I mean the dude's a riot!get a life chloeandjas
Zuko was seriously injured in the final battle, but he was healed by Katara before his injuries could even take his life.
No just in the show, Toby is Gay in Real life
Harold A. Moore has written: 'The spectrum of life' -- subject(s): Biology