England in 1013 was a Kingdom begging to be conquered. Decades of bad decisions have eroded its foundations and now it sat as a mere shadow of its former glory. It had none of the military prowess established by King AEthelstan. None of the political stability enjoyed under King Edgar. And none of the smart planning created by King Alfred.
Rather than being a focal point of European politics and a well governed island fortress this new England was decadent, weak, and dangerously vulnerable.Support the Show