William Wallace at the Battle of Stirling Bridge, 1297 ⚔️ First War of Scottish Independence Part 2


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📢 Narrated by David McCallion

🎼 Music:

• Stirling Bridge & Falkirk 1297-98 (Pete Armstrong). ISBN: 978-1-84176-510-5
• Robert the Bruce, King of Scots (Ronald McNair Scott). ISBN: 978-1-78211-177-1
• A Great and Terrible King: Edward I and the Forging of Britain (Marc Morris). ISBN: 978-0-091-79684-6
• The Hammer of the Scots: Edward I and the Scottish Wars of Independence (David Santiuste). ISBN: 978-1-78159-012-6
• Edward I (Michael Prestwich). ISBN: 978-0-300-07157-3
• William Wallace: Brave Heart (James MacKay). ISBN: 9781780574288

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  1. As a Scot who loves history I love this. Thank you Historymarche. The genius of Wallace using the bridge to negate the English armies greater numbers. Letting a part of army cross then attacking and the only line of retreat being across the same bridge. Scottish History is complicated.

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