Who lost The Battle of Hastings?
The battle was fought between Normandy and England. The Norman
ruler who engaged in the battle was William the Conqueror and the
English king was King Harold II. King Harold II was killed and
England lost this battle and Normandy took over rule in 1066,
England begrudgingly accepted William as their king.
Harold Godwinson and Harald Hardrada, fought in the Stamford bridge battle. Then Harold then had to walk all the way south of the country, until he got to the battle of hastings place. ( i don't no where it was fought, i think it was in hastings ) Harold had lost most of his well trained men and was really tired from walking all that way so he was tired for the battle of hastings…
William lost the battle of hastings, purely because he wasnt a stupid coon Alternatively: Whoever wrote the above clearly doesn't know what he/she was talking about: That sentence says that William lost the battle of Hastings: He didn't. It also says that the victor of the battle would have be a "stupid coon", because William apparently "lost" because he wasn't one. There really aren't any long-term reasons as to why Harold lost the Battle of…
Yes the Normans did win the Battle of Hastings because of Harold Godwinson's mistakes for example he lost most of his men because he fought in a battle against Hardrada just before he heard that the Normans had landed in Dover and he only had about a quarter of his men left. Does that answer the question??!!