The Reasons Why William Won the Battle of Hastings

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This question is asking why William was able to beat King Harold Godwinson. There are many reasons why William won the Battle of Hasting for example good reason for won in Battle is Harold Godwinson's army was tired. The English army had already fought the Battle of Stamford Bridge that day. They had to race down to the small village of Hastings and that’s why they are louse. Williams’s army was rested. Many reasons for Williams’s victory are also to do with chance and also the choices that King Harold made. PROBLEM ENGLISH PEOPLE| Chances of William’s| Organized| English people don’t have enough army for fight.| The wind changed | William had organized his army better. William was clever and he used his talents in the right way.| King Harold died | William’s army fires the arrow higher in the air so the arrow land in Harold’s eyes.| Williams Norman’s army played tricks on the English army. William pretended to flee so many of Harold's men turned to retreat but as they did William and his army turned back and fired.| The English were killed and some died| William’s army fire the arrow higher in the air so the arrow would land on the heads wail of the English | The English was not orgnised.| Harold Godwinson's army was tired. The English army had already fought the Battle of Stamford Bridge that day. They had to race down to the small village of Hastings. Williams’s army was rested.| Part of Harold's army got left behind on the trip down| | Part of Harold's army got left behind on the trip down.| Williams’s army was stronger. He had good troops and better trained soldiers. They were better armed. William used cavalry and archers whereas Harold did not.| | After King Harold died soldiers fled| William was a good tactition.| The Normans changed into the shield wall between the gaps.| | •Williams men believed in him and promised to reward them. William had been promised the throne by Edward. The Normans also had the Pope's blessing and...
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