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Harald Hardrada did not win The Battle of Hastings, he was killed earlier at the Battle of Stamford Bridge.

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he was the king of England until William of Normandy defeated him at the battle of Hastings


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The battle of stamford bride which was Harold II Vs Harold hadrada some say the reason he didnt win the battle of hastings was becasue his army had to march 1000 miles up and down the country and his army were all tired and didnt have the strenght to fight although they did win the battle of stamford bridge 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.


King William one the Battle of Hastings, but not out of luck.


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William won the battle of Hastings onSATURDAY 14th OCTOBER 1066!!!!!!!!!! :)


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The Normans deserved to win the Battle of Hastings. They were a more prepared army and had the tactical advantage of a good strategist in Duke William.


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.


If William Duke of Normandy didn't win the battle hastings he would of cryed


he did not win the battle of Hastings!


no they did not. William the Conqueror did


He didn't - because at the Battle of Stamford Bridge, Hadrada was killed, and he wouldn't have been at the Battle of Hastings. Maybe you're getting confused between him and Harold Godwinson who was at the battle, but was supposedly shot in the eye, resulting in the winner being William the Conquer.


King Harold did not win the Battle of Hastings. He was killed toward the end, which caused his army to retreat. This marked the beginning of the Norman takeover of England.


Harold was unlucky because he made his army walk 300 miles to fight Harold Hadrada then he walked another 300 miles back to Hastings to fight William


It was not the Battle of Hastings he fought in that with William the Conqueror.The above is correct: It is the Battle of Stamford bridge, in Yorkshire,in 1066.also all this history stuff should be banned


for the crown of England and for power


It was the English King, Harold Godwinson, who was killed at the Battle of Hastings in 1066. Harald Hadrada was the Viking leader who was killed at the Battle of Stamford Bridge days earlier.The Saxons made the mistake of breaking their shield wall when they thought that the Normans were retreating. The mounted Normans turned round and slaughtered the Saxon warriors caught out in the open. Up until the shield wall broke, the battle could have gone either way.


on the 14th october 1066 William of Normandy won the battle



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