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Why Harold Godwinson should have been king.
Transcript of Why Harold Godwinson should have been king.
*Very powerful man.
*Earl of Hereford.
*Earl of East Anglia.
*Sister was Edward the Confessor's wife.
*Father was Earl of Wessex. A brief history Born: 1022
Died: 14 October 1066
Parentage: Father was Earl of Wessex – Mother was Gytha Thorkelsdottir.
House: House of Godwin Why the other contenders shouldn't be king Why have a foreigner for a British king?
We don't need any more Danes (although they make nice pasties) so that should rule out Harold Hadraada. That Bohemian fella is merely a boy, so worthless I can't even remeber his name. And lets face it, no one likes the French. Goodbye William. In fact, William ALSO has Danish heritage so I see no reason what so ever why he should even be considered as king. Far too violent anyway. A bit like Harold Hadraada. So he shouldn't be king either. And Bohemian fella is the complete opposite and can't even pick up a sword. My final argument against William (I'll leave him alone after this) is that his parents weren't married. I just felt like I should mention that. This was made by... ...Dominic Frost, Jamie Tew and Daniel Williams... ...but mostly Dominic. Thank You Watching For Our Rather Boring Presentation