The Battle of Hastings

What were the three battles in the Battle of Hastings?


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2012-11-18 09:23:50
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The Battle of Hastings, the battle of Forthford gates and the battle of Stamford Bridge.

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The Battle of Hastings

1066 - The Battle of Hastings

There were two other battles in 1066 against the Vikings- the Battle of Fulford and The Battle of Stanford Bridge. This is one of the reasons we lost the Battle of Hastings- thousands of men were lost in these battles

the 2 main battles in the battle of hastings were on a hill struggling to get up and also on the battle fields 7km away from hastings (not sure if correct) ha

The Battle of Hastings, which led to his death.

The battle of agincourt, hastings and the battle of britain.

in the battle of Hastings there was Harald hardrada , there was harold godwinson and finally there was william the conqueror hope this helps !!

The first and second World Wars, the Battle of Waterloo, the Battle of Trafalgar and the Battle of Hastings. Well, those are 5 battles that Britain were involved in...

His most famous Battle in 1066 was at hastings against the Saxons

The battle of Stamford bridge took place three weeks before the battle of Hastings.

Oftentimes they are named for the location the battle was fought, such as Britain, Hastings, Shiloh, Gettysburg, and the Alamo.

the main reason for the battle of Hastings was Harold Godwinson, he made himself king which made Harold hardrada and William duke of Normandy really angry which caused the battles

Harold Gowinson Won The Battle Of Stamford Bridge, He Lost The Battle Of Hastings To William Duke Of Normandy.

It was fought in the grounds of Battle Abbey, in Battle, East Sussex. Battle being named after the event, and the Abbey being built later on the site.

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The battle of Hastings was in 1066.

The battle of hastings occurred in 1066.

Yes, the Battle of Stamford Bridge was fought right before the Battle of Hastings. After defeating Harold Hadrada at the hard fought Battle of Stamford Bridge, Harold Goodwinson's forces had to make a forced march across the width of England to meet William the Conqueror at the Battle of Hastings, just days later. His troops arrived at the battle exhausted.

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

I am not really too sure what you mean by this question. The Battle of Hastings was a battle between William The Conqueror and Harold Godwinson. The Battle took place at Stamford Bridge near Hastings and was one of the longest battles ever recorded in history. The result of the battle gave William the title of King of England and left Harold Godwinson (previous English King) dead.

on the day of battle of hastings thaere was a BATTLE :/

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