William the Conqueror and the Harrying of the North, 1069–1070

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William the Conqueror and the Harrying of the North, suppression by the Normans of a revolt in northern England, 1069–1070. Two years after William defeated King Harold at the Battle of Hastings, the north of England rose up against him. In a savage episode, William relentlessly devastated the countryside and slaughtered its inhabitants. From Look and Learn 883 (16 December 1978).

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