And so, the Normans begin their invasion of England. The wind has turned into a helping agent of their fortunes. As it turns out the long months of apparent inactivity has produced one beneficial result; the men are well practiced in bordering their ships. As a result, the fleet is able to take full advantage of the change in the weather and a full moon to guide themselves by.
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