Harold Godwinson's campaign against the Welsh established his warrior reputation

Oliver, Tony
March 2005
Military History;Mar/Apr2005, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p72
Relates the war between Harold Godwinson, Saxon Earl of Wessex, and Welsh King Gruffydd ap Llewelyn over the land between England and Wales known as the Welsh Marches. Background on Godwinson; Details of Llewelyn's conflict with England; Information on a mounted force planned by Godwinson's brother Earl Tostig across the Pennines and into Wales.


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