There were 15,900 soldiers involved in the battle of Hastings.
No one else was involved! :]
in the battle of Hastings there was Harald Hadria , there was Harold Goodwin's and finally there was William the conqueror
there were no castles involved during the battle
The vikings were not involved in the battle of Hastings. After the attack at Stamford bridge up north, the vikings went back home. it was only the Saxons and the Normans who were involved. The Normans were however descended from Viking invaders of France, "Nor-th-men", and the battle of Stamford Bridge certainly softened up Harold's Anglo-Saxons for Hastings.
in the battle of Hastings there was Harald hardrada , there was harold godwinson and finally there was william the conqueror hope this helps !!
The battle of hastings was in a town called battle (which was not named battle until after the battle of hastings) it was in the middle of knowwere and it was about 10km from a town called hastings.
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...
The battle of Hastings was in 1066.
The battle of hastings occurred in 1066.
the clues in the name the battle was the battle of Hastings and it was fought in Hastings on Senlac Hill
on the day of battle of hastings thaere was a BATTLE :/
heya the battle of the is google and type in battle of hastings
The month the Battle Of Hastings was in was October.
the battle of hastings was in 1066
Hastings of course!
the battle of hastings was in 1066!1066
The battle of Hastings actually took place 6 miles away from Hastings.
the battle of hastings took place about seven miles away from hastings.
The Battle of Hastings was held in Hastings, which is in the southern part of England.
There is no specific number of the dead at the Battle of Hastings; it is unclear just how many troops were involved. Estimates of troop strengths vary between about 8,000 and nearly 40,000.
The battle of Hastings was neither a war or a campaign it was a Battle
because it was fought in a place called sussex but they thought they were fighting in Hastings.
The battle of Hastings, the battle of Forthford gates and the battle of Stamford Bridge.
The Battle of Hastings happened outside Hastings to the west in a battlefield which today, is a normal field. It happened about 6km from Hastings at the time.