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Bannockburn 1314 : Robert Bruce's great victory

By: Armstrong, Peter Turner, Graham(Illustrated by)

Part of the Osprey Campaign S. series
1855326094 / 9781855326095
Paperback
25/03/2002
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United Kingdom
25 cm 96 p. : ill. (some col.)
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The full story surrounding the battle that represented the climax of the career of King Robert the Bruce, and has since remained the most famous battle in Scottish history - the Battle of Bannockburn.

In 1307 King Edward I of England, "The Hammer of the Scots" and William Wallace's nemesis, died at Burgh-on-Sands.

His son, Edward II, was not from the same mould; incorrigibly idle and apathetic, he refused to take on the burdens of kingship, surrounding himself with favourites.

The Scots under Robert the Bruce now had a chance to recover from the grievous punishment Edward I had inflicted upon them.

By 1313 Bruce had capture every English-held castle bar Stirling.

Faced with the complete collapse of the English position in Scotland even Edward II had no choice but to respond.

BIC:

1DBKS Scotland, 3H c 1000 CE to c 1500, HBJD1 British & Irish history, HBLC Early history: c 500 to c 1450/1500, JWLF Battles & campaigns

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