Who became king after Harold haadrada?
Harold Haadrada did not become King of England.
He was killed by the legitimate King of England, Harold Godwinson (Harold I), at Stamford Bridge. King Harold then had to march South to face William of Normandy, and was killed at Hastings.
William then became King, and his successors have been on the throne ever since.
he died at Stanford bridge when he was fighting Harold Godwinson
Harold was 15 when he becasue king.
William killed Harold and then became king
Harold Godwineson was king then William the conquer defeated him and became king of England!
harald became king in 1066
he were clouths
King Harold became king after Edward the Confessor died
Harold godwinson never became king. William, duke of Normandy won at the battle of Hastings. He had long and short term problems he had to sort out before he became king.
He was King Of England. Harold was defeated and killed at the Battle of Hastings, 1066, by William of Normandy, who then became king.
Earl Harold Godwinson (i think) . Harold, then William the Conqueror.
Yes he became king on 6 January 1066
wrong it is in fact Harold godwinson. William duke of normandys arm killed Harold so he became king
Yes, Harold was king in 1066 until the Battle of Hastings when Harold was shot in the eye with an arrow by William of Normandy's army. After Harold had been killed William became king and went around killing most of the english and robbing their houses.
No, he promised William Duke of Normandy to be king. sadly no one cared and Harold became king anyway!! That is unfair. William later became William the conquer and conquered England!
He became king by Edward the confessor heading over the throne!
He got killed by the king and when he died then Harold godwinson became king.
William became king after beating Harold at the Battle of Hastings in 1066.
King William "the conquerer" of Normandy took the throne of England from King Harold of the Saxons he was a good king
Harold Godwinson was a good king because he was loyal and made great use of being what he was. Harold became king because Edward the conqueror married his sister and he was the closest relative to the throne. but unluckily shortly after he became king he was killed in the battle of Hastings in 1066.
The immediate successor to Edward the Confessor was Harold Godwinson, Earl of Wessex, who became King Harold I. More details on the related question below.
Harold godwinson was, then he was beaten by William the conqueror at the battle of hastings, and William became king.
King Harold succeeded Edward the Confessor, who was in turn succeeded by William the Conqueror.
The Battle of Hastings was fought on 14 October 1066. William of Normandy defeated King Harold II, who was killed, and William became King of England.
William became king on 25th December 1066
Harold Godwinson fought Harald hardrada and after Harold Godwinson had defeated him, he fought William Duke of Normandy and William became king after shooting Harold Godwinson in the eye with an arrow.
King William was king after Harold
King Edward came first then he died. He gave Harold Godwison the throne then Harold Hardrada attacked England and lost. Then, William attacked then won at Hastings and became king.
he killed many of the English, and then he finally reached King Harold, and then killed him. Once King Harold was dead, William the Conqueror became the new King of England.
No, or the battle of Hastings never would've happened. The Battle of Hastings happened because Harold became king while he promised William that William would be king
William Duke of Normandy.
England had no one ruler in 1066. When the year began, King Edward III was the king. He died. Harold then became king. Then William, the Duke of the French Province of Normandy, killed Harold. Then both William and Edgar Atheling claimed to be the King of England. Then William killed Edgar. At the end of 1066, William became the undisputed King of England.
William Duke of Normandy "The Conqueror". No, it was King Edgar the Atheling Reigned 15th Oct. - 10th Dec. 1066. William became King on 25th December 1066.
They were defeated, Harold was killed and William became king.
William duke of Normandy
Nothing, Harold became king because the WITAN, the government at that time, choose him out of 3 people, Harold Hardrada, William and, of course, Harold Godwin. After that the other 2 people tried to take the crown, only William succeeded and was crowned on 25th December 1066.
King Harold II (Harold Godwinson); was killed at the Battle of Hastings.
Englishman Harold Godwinson became king of England after the death of Edward the Confessor. The King of Norway as well as William of Normandy (who would defeat King Harold and take the throne of England) were not native to England.
he was crowned king of england William from Normandy was king after Harold
yes king Harold hadraada was king of normandy
King William I of England, at the time William II of Normandy claimed that King Edward the Confessor had appointed him as his successor as king of England. When King Edward was dying he proclaimed Harold Godwinson as king instead. William invaded England to claim the crown and defeated King Harold at the Battle of Hastings. He became king through right of conquest.
king Harold school is in waltham abbey
After king Harold Godwinson was defeated what change happened after the battle of hastings in Britain?
Someone else became king and some of his men survived and some of them didnt
He was the first Norman King of England and became king in 1066 at the battle of Hastings. He conquered England and it's ruler, Harold (who got shot in the eye). He became king by conquering England. They called him the first English king although he came from France.
I think king Richard was the king before Harold Godwinson
King william of normandy kill's king harold godwinson
By right of conquest: After the death of Edward the confessor, there were 3 candidates for king : Harold II, Harald Hardrada and William the conqueror. As Harold was Edward's brother-in-law, he became king. William and Harald were annoyed. They both set about gathering there own armies. Harald arrived first in the north. He was beaten by Harold. But while this was happening William arrived in the south, Hastings to be exact. By the time… Read More
Harold Godwinson, who was promised the throne on Edward's deathbed; Harald Hardrada, King of Norway; and Duke William of Normandy, or 'William the Conqueror' as he became known after invading England and defeating Harold Godwinson in the Battle of Hastings.
The crisis happened because King Edward the Confessor appeared to have promised the Kingdom separately to two people. Some years earlier, he had been well-received and entertained in France, and had given some kind of assurance to William of Normandy, although William was illegitimate. In his last illness, however, he declared that his heir was Harold Godwinson. Harold duly became king, but William sailed to England to challenge this, and killed Harold at Hastngs.
William replaced his father the Duke of Normandy and became Duke himself before invading England and replacing King Harold II as King.
Harold hardrada was a Norwegian king who fancied being king of England. He invaded, and had some success in the north. In September 1066 the then king of England (Harold II) defeated him in the north. The king's army was much weakened by the battle, but had to rush back to southern England to face William of Normandy. William won the battle of Hastings and he became William I of England.