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War and Military History
The Battle of Hastings
William the Conqueror
What year was the Battle of Normandy?
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Was the Battle of the Hedgerows the same as the Battle of Normandy?
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What were some significant events that happened in the year 1066?
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What are the names of the allies' commanders in the battle of Normandy?
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Divisive tactics used in the Battle of Normandy were led by?
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Are there any survivors today from the battle of Normandy?
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How many people did not die in the Battle of Normandy?
What was the battle called between Hardraada and William of Normandy?
Did the battle of Normandy take place on the pacific front?
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What is the battle of Normandy also known as?
The Battle of Normandy ( Normandy Campaing) refers to: 1)Operation Overlord - Western Allied Campaign in France. 2)The Invasion of Normandy, or Operation Neptune.(the initial part of Overlord) 3)Operation Cobra.( the breakout from Normandy, July 25, 1944. The Battle of Normandy (British and Canadian military campaing lasting from June 6 - Sept, 1 1944) The D-Day, or H-Hour - The day of the Normandy landings - June, 6 1944.
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Who did William duke of Normandy fight against in the Battle of Hastings?
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What is Thesis statement about the invasion of Normandy?
Who conquered England at the Battle of Hastings in 1066?
How prepared were king Harold and Normandy?
king Harold was not prepared for the battle but the Normandy were well prepared. the reason why king Harold was not prepared was that he had another battle before the battle of Hastings. After he won the battle of Stamford bridge that was between him and Harald hadrada, he got to know that the Normandy had arrived England and he had to march 226 miles(363 km) for another battle. king Harold had lost his best men in the war and part of Harold's men were left behind on the way for the battle of Hastings. he also didn't have enough weapons. while king Harold was fighting in the battle of Stamford bridge, the Normandy built a castle. they had enough weapons and had men on horseback so the Normandy were really prepared and that's the reason why the Normandy won the battle of Hastings and that's the reason why William, duke of Normandy became the king of England