10 Facts about the Battle of Hastings?

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On October 14, 1066 Duke William of Normandy and King Harold of England led the battle of Hastings. King Harold was struck by an arrow above his right eye and lost his eye. King Harold was also killed in this battle but Duke William prevailed.
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