William the Conqueror
Normandy, France, the 11th century. Guillaume 'Le Bâtard', known in English as William the Conqueror, succeeded his father as Duke of Normandy at the age of eight. Despite being impetuous, he was a shrewd strategist who turned Normandy into a powerful duchy, feared by the king of France.
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