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King Harold Godwinson, and a Norwegian force led by King Harald Hardrada (with the Norwegians supported by the English king's treacherous brother Tostig Godwinson), fought at Stamford Bridge, East Riding of Yorkshire, England, 25 September 1066. The Norwegians lost the battle.
King Harald Hardrada and Tostig Godwinson were killed at the battle, while Harold Godwinson was to be killed later at The Battle of Hastings, 14 October 1066.

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Stamford Bridge in Yorks.hire

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