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On this day in 1066, England’s King Harold II slaughters 6,000 Vikings (along with his own outlaw brother) at the Battle of Stamford Bridge. Days later he’ll quick march his army 250 miles south to intercept William of Normandy near Hastings. It doesn’t go well.

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On this day in 1066, England’s King Harold II slaughters 6,000 Vikings (along with his own outlaw brother) at the Battle of Stamford Bridge. Days later he’ll quick march his army 250 miles south to intercept William of Normandy near Hastings. It doesn’t go well.

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