Who Wanted to Be King in 1066?

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Edgar the Atheling, Harold Godwinson, William the Duke of Normandy and Harald Hadrada were the four people who wanted to be the king in 1066. All these people were fighting to be the successor to King Edward and except for Harald Hadrada all the other three were related to King Edward.
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