Why Was It so Easy for the Romans to Invade Britain?

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It was easy for the Romans to invade Britain because the Romans had a strong and well organised army. In addition, the Roman army was made of legions of men and the tactics they used also contributed to their success. For example, the Romans used sieges in order to reduce the Iron Age hill forts of the tribes living in Britain at the time.
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