The Saxon Times is a look at how the events of 1066 may have been reported by a contemporary English Newspaper and takes a very different look at 1066 through the eyes of The Saxon Times reporters.
The Saxon Times review of 1066 starts at the consecration of West Minster Abbey, in December 1065, and ends on New Year’s Eve 1066 with the new King ‘hiding’ in a nunnery in Barking.
The Saxon Times is an historically accurate resource that has been written to inform and entertain and has been much commended for its unique view of life in 1066 and the events that changed England forever.
1066 The Saxon Times 2nd Edition
Publication Date 1 March 2019