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On 28 September 1066 William of Normandy landed close to Hastings and ready to fulfill the Anglo-Saxon military of King Harold Godwinson. On 10 October 1066 the 2 armies met; and after six hours of combating what grew to become referred to as the conflict of Hastings, the Anglo-Saxon military used to be beaten and their king slain. The Normans arrange castles to regulate the local inhabitants, and four-fifths of all England's land replaced possession. notwithstanding, regardless of preliminary Norman good fortune, it used to be absolutely centuries prior to the Anglo-Norman kings controlled to penetrate the wild interiors of Wales and Scotland, and plenty of extra centuries earlier than the nations of Scotland, Wales and England have been united less than one crown.

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