The correct answer is option C.
By winning the Battle of Hastings, William the Conqueror was crowned as the King of England.
The Battle of the Hastings was fought in the year 1066 in which the invading Norman forces under William the conqueror defeated King Harold II. This battle thus resulted in the form of William the Conqueror becoming the first ever Norman king of England.
William the Conqueror was a distant cousin of Edward the Confessor, the childless king of England. William claimed that Edward had promised hum the throne after his death after he had met him and thus he was rightly the successor of the throne. However Edward on his deathbed gave the kingdom to the head of the Noble family, Harold.
William was the duke of Normandy and his decisive victory over the King of England brought tremendous changes in the British Isles in the form of significant political, administrative and social and cultural changes. Thus the battle changed the history of England with Harold II being the last Anglo-Saxon emperor of England and Normans eventually claiming the throne.
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