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Old May 25th, 2016, 12:17 AM   #1

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Extended Project - Was the Norman Victory at Battle of Hastings a foregone conclusion

Hello, I don't need 'help' with this as such, just clarification that I will be on the right track.

To analyses whether or not the Norman Victory was a foregone conclusion, I will trying to find sources/information about nearby garrisons that Godwinson could have called on to replace his exhausted army on the march South from the North, to Hastings (I found that he pasted though Maidstone and near Ashford https://www.ldwa.org.uk/ldp/members/...Harold%27s+Way). Then I am to have a look at the course of the battle, the respective armies, tactics and terrian.

I have also found a useful map of the British Isles (England, 1065) that shows the territories of said lords.

Can anyone suggest any sources/books to read? Am I on the right track?
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