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Paskal
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Yes Ruarigh, yes the languages were different, because the cultures were different, and if the cultures being different, it caused other differences  even if their cultures are very close, that’s why I insist on the fact that I have the presentiment that the fighters – although having no uniforms – were different from the opponent even if their military cultures are very close…

Now for 1066, I would like those who know more than me to explain to me the differences in tactics and organization of their armies between the Anglo – Saxon and Norwegian armies, and between the Anglo – Saxon and Danish armies (because We must forget that the Danes also participate in the War of succession of England and that they are neither Anglo-Saxons nor Norwegians) and finally between the Norwegian and Danish armies.

For me who do not know, it’s going to be exciting to learn a little bit about it …

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