The Battle of Hastings

What was the most important reason for William winning the battle of Hastings?

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wHAT WAS THE MOST IMPORTANT REASON FOR wILLIAm winning the battle of Hastings

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



The battle of hastings took place on 25th September 1066. It was a battle which was fought between William duke of Normandy aka William the conquerer Vs Harold II, William ended up winning the battle and Harold was killed with an arrow in his eye


i would have to say winning the battle of Hastings and creating the Domesday Book


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the clues in the name the battle was the battle of Hastings and it was fought in Hastings on Senlac Hill


William DID NOT LOSE THE BATTLE OF HASTINGS!!! Harold Godwinson did.


William would have been about 38-39 when he fought in the battle of Hastings.


William won battle of hastings because he had more reliable weapons


It is thought that Harold tried to surprise William in the Battle of Hastings. However, William's scouts discovered Harold's troops and reported back to William, rendering the element of surprise lost. Harold was subsequently killed in the battle.


William I and Harold II fought in the Battle of Hastings.


William became king after the battle of hastings William became king after the battle of hastings


William would have been about 38-39 when he fought in the battle of Hastings.


William won the battle of Hastings onSATURDAY 14th OCTOBER 1066!!!!!!!!!! :)


King William one the Battle of Hastings, but not out of luck.


I believe it was William the Conquerer. the battle of Hastings was won by William of Normandy (William the Conquerer) who became William the first of England.


If William Duke of Normandy didn't win the battle hastings he would of cryed


William of normandy also known as william the conqueror won the battle of hastings in 1066!


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The most important reason for the Battle of Hastings was to determine who would be ruler of England. In the battle, William I, or Wiliam the Conqueror defeated Harold Godwinson and became King of 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


The Battle of Hastings was fought in 1066 between the Normans of France and the Anglo Saxons of England. The Battle was important because it officially marked William the Conqueror's conquest of England.


To get from Normandy to Hastings William had to cross the English Channel.



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