My view from across the pond. As an unbiased observer, I have written what I think Hillary Clinton should focus on to secure the Democrat nomination.
In 1054 the King of England, Edward the Confessor, had been on the throne for 12 years and had been married for 9, but still had no heir. However, a distant relative was found and was on his way!
Wolverhampton Wanderers are the soccer team in the UK that I support and recently ran a competition for supporters to write a poem about the club called 'This is Our Love'. This is my entry.
The shield wall was crucial to the Anglo-Saxon defence of Caldbec Hill during the Battle of Hastings in 1066 and this poem tells its story.
The Anglo-Saxon empire effectively ended at the end of 1066 when Duke William was crowned on Christmas Day. So why did this happen?
How Duke William defeated King Harold at the Battle of Hastings in 1066 when he faced a defensive shield wall of 7000 Anglo-Saxons and had a steep hill to navigate.
A poem about the Battle of Hastings in 1066
Why did William Duke of Normandy go to such lengths to gain approval from the Pope to invade England and remove Harold Godwinson as the rightful King in 1066?