ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY.

ON THIS DAY in 1066, King Harold II of England defeated the Vikings at the Battle of Stamford Bridge, finally freeing England from the threat of invasions and assuring himself a long and peaceful reign.

Comments

  1. John M says:

    Harold’s fortune cookie read: When making judgments, don’t be Hastings.

  2. Bjorn Bjornsen says:

    What’s all this I hear about the English fearing the threat of Caucasions? Why I’m white and I think I’m a pretty nice guy. Some of my best friends are white and they’re nice too. I’d be fearing those Germans if I were King Harold.

    Ehhhh, that’s threat of INVASIONS, Dr. Bjornsen.

    Ohhhh, that’s very different. Never mind.

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