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Q: Divisive tactics used in the Battle of Normandy were led by:
A: On the 14th October 1066 William Duke of Normandy's Army had fought, Killed and Defeated the English Harold Godwinson and his army at the Great Battle of Hastings. This was major Part in British history. [ There Was a Number of reasons why Harold lost the battle and these specific reasons have been divided up into three groups, Harold's Bad luck, Williams Military Strengths and last of all The
Tactics That worked for William and obviously didn't work for Harold. Harold had more than his fair share of bad luck in 1066; nothing seemed to go right for him. He was unfortunate enough to have two battles in a short space of time. This meant he had lost a large amount of Weapons, Men and strength. After Harold's First Battle Up North Him and his army only had a Short Amount of time to heal and Get there energy back. As they had walked about 200-300 miles all the men had sore feet and were not in the greatest Conditions. Also, properly the height of bad luck was when Harold got hit in the eye with an arrow! Another Bad luck was that William Had Not invaded When Harold Expected him to Because Of the wind Witch meant Harold Was waiting At the Wrong end of the country for an invasion! In 1066 The Normans Had better military equipment than The Saxons. The Normans Biggest military Strengths were Their Cavalry and Their Archers. The Mounted Part of the Army was a big Advantage for the Normans as The Saxons Fought on foot and they could Trample Any Saxons that got too close! Also as Harold's Army Was on the hill, Duke William and His Cavalry Could Charge Up the hill faster than they could on foot. Their Other Big advantage Was Their Archers. These played A Huge Part in the outcome of the battle. They Showered the Saxons with Arrows and this was when Harold Got hit. The Archers Could Also stay in their positions and Attack without worrying what the Saxons would do! Duke William's Tactic also influenced the outcome of the battle. The Norman was very cunning with their tactics and this was the main reason they won the battle. The Archers were a great Plus to Williams Army. ]
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User: Divisive tactics used in the Battle of Normandy were led by:

Weegy: On the 14th October 1066 William Duke of Normandy's Army had fought, Killed and Defeated the English Harold Godwinson and his army at the Great Battle of Hastings. This was major Part in British history. [ There Was a Number of reasons why Harold lost the battle and these specific reasons have been divided up into three groups, Harold's Bad luck, Williams Military Strengths and last of all The Tactics That worked for William and obviously didn't work for Harold. Harold had more than his fair share of bad luck in 1066; nothing seemed to go right for him. He was unfortunate enough to have two battles in a short space of time. This meant he had lost a large amount of Weapons, Men and strength. After Harold's First Battle Up North Him and his army only had a Short Amount of time to heal and Get there energy back. As they had walked about 200-300 miles all the men had sore feet and were not in the greatest Conditions. Also, properly the height of bad luck was when Harold got hit in the eye with an arrow! Another Bad luck was that William Had Not invaded When Harold Expected him to Because Of the wind Witch meant Harold Was waiting At the Wrong end of the country for an invasion! In 1066 The Normans Had better military equipment than The Saxons. The Normans Biggest military Strengths were Their Cavalry and Their Archers. The Mounted Part of the Army was a big Advantage for the Normans as The Saxons Fought on foot and they could Trample Any Saxons that got too close! Also as Harold's Army Was on the hill, Duke William and His Cavalry Could Charge Up the hill faster than they could on foot. Their Other Big advantage Was Their Archers. These played A Huge Part in the outcome of the battle. They Showered the Saxons with Arrows and this was when Harold Got hit. The Archers Could Also stay in their positions and Attack without worrying what the Saxons would do! Duke William's Tactic also influenced the outcome of the battle. The Norman was very cunning with their tactics and this was the main reason they won the battle. The Archers were a great Plus to Williams Army. ]
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User: Divisive tactics used in the Battle of Normandy were led by:

Weegy: On the 14th October 1066 William Duke of Normandy's Army had fought, Killed and Defeated the English Harold Godwinson and his army at the Great Battle of Hastings. This was major Part in British history. [ There Was a Number of reasons why Harold lost the battle and these specific reasons have been divided up into three groups, Harold's Bad luck, Williams Military Strengths and last of all The Tactics That worked for William and obviously didn't work for Harold. Harold had more than his fair share of bad luck in 1066; nothing seemed to go right for him. He was unfortunate enough to have two battles in a short space of time. This meant he had lost a large amount of Weapons, Men and strength. After Harold's First Battle Up North Him and his army only had a Short Amount of time to heal and Get there energy back. As they had walked about 200-300 miles all the men had sore feet and were not in the greatest Conditions. Also, properly the height of bad luck was when Harold got hit in the eye with an arrow! Another Bad luck was that William Had Not invaded When Harold Expected him to Because Of the wind Witch meant Harold Was waiting At the Wrong end of the country for an invasion! In 1066 The Normans Had better military equipment than The Saxons. The Normans Biggest military Strengths were Their Cavalry and Their Archers. The Mounted Part of the Army was a big Advantage for the Normans as The Saxons Fought on foot and they could Trample Any Saxons that got too close! Also as Harold's Army Was on the hill, Duke William and His Cavalry Could Charge Up the hill faster than they could on foot. Their Other Big advantage Was Their Archers. These played A Huge Part in the outcome of the battle. They Showered the Saxons with Arrows and this was when Harold Got hit. The Archers Could Also stay in their positions and Attack without worrying what the Saxons would do! Duke William's Tactic also influenced the outcome of the battle. The Norman was very cunning with their tactics and this was the main reason they won the battle. The Archers were a great Plus to Williams Army. ]
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