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England in 1060

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England in 1060 Should William of Normandy attack?
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Edward the Confessor was  King He had trouble keeping  control of the country. HELP!  Nobody  will do as I say!
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Most of England  was poorly  defended.   There were very few  castles.
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Very few people lived in  the north and west of  England. Everybody lived in the  south. Most of the South of  England was covered in  forest and people lived in  villages.
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