The Battle of Hastings

What was the reason of having a fight at the Battle of Hastings?


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2008-12-07 14:54:46
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They were fighting to be the king of England

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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

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The Normans fought the English Saxons in the battle of Hastings.

No. The Roman Army had ceased to exist long before the Battle of Hastings.

Yes, the battle of hastings was fought between the Anglo Saxons(Normandy) and the English

Harold Hardraada didn't fight in the battle of Hastings Harold Godwinson did.

The Battle of Hastings was as fair as any war could be. Each army had prepared and trained for the fight they were going into.

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fight the battle of hastings and become king

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The Battle of Hastings took place on 14 October 1066.

William duke of Normandy fought Harold Godwinson in the battle of Hastings, which was fought at Senlac Hill.

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there where no breaks at the battle of hastings as it was fight to the death except for when the English thought they had won and the Norman army killed the English king and then the army was destoyed

William faught harold godwinson and the saxons in 1066

1066 willam counoraed englandin the battle of hastings

In the battle of Hastings The Normans fought the English led by Harold Godwinson.

Yes, William was a good leader during the battle of Hastings because he put his men in great positions and he persuaded people to fight him.

he was well prepared for the fight and his army was well trained.

He first traveled to the south-coast to fight and win the Battle of Hastings.

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