Why Did Harold Lose the Battle of Hastings?

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The main reason why King Harold was defeated in the Battle of Hastings was due to the fact that his army was not ready for the war against the Normans. Most of Harold's best soldiers were killed in the Battle of Stamford Bridge. The Normans were led by Duke William of Normandy.
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Harold had extremely tough soldiers who had just marched 250 miles in 4 days with full gear having just defeated the Vikings at the the battle of Stamford Bridge. They were the fastest
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Faltering, the infantry withdrew and the Norman cavalry moved in to
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Rushing his troops from the victor at Stamford Bridge to stop the Normans. The saxons were already exhausted before the battlestarted after tramping all across England from one battle
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Psycholgical warfare. William thought to get a papal banner before he started which he unfurled at Pevensey. This caused Harold who up until that point had been resolute to hestitate
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