Biographies of the Battle of Hastings Leaders
The biographies of the leaders of the Battle of Hastings provide an insight into what led to the events leading to the Battle of Hastings.
- What caused the Battle of Hastings?
- Who were the leaders of the Battle of Hastings?
- Biography Edward the Confessor
- William the Conqueror Biography
- King Harold II Biography
- Vital Life Dates and Key Events!
The death of Edward the Confessor led to various claims to the English throne. Why was there so much turmoil? Who did he want to succeed him? Why were there so many disputes? What kind of man was he? He is important to the Battle of Hastings and a link to the Biography of Edward the Confessor follows:
Biography of Edward the Confessor
Harold Godwinson was the Anglo Saxon King who succeeded Edward the Confessor. He was not a relation of any King of England, so why did he claim the throne? The Anglo Saxon leader of the Battle of Hastings and a link to the Biography of King Harold II Godwinson follows:
Biography of King Harold II
Duke William the Bastard was the Norman invader who defeated King Harold at the Battle of Hastings in 1066. He was a distant cousin of Edward the Confessor, but was this the only basis to his claim? What was the man like? The Norman leader of the Battle of Hastings and a link to the Biography of William the Conqueror follows follows:
Biography of William the Conqueror
Read the fascinating Biographies of the Battle of Hastings leaders and Edward the Confessor. Iinteresting facts and information surrounding the Battle of Hastings - 1066