William Wallace. Wallace led the Scottish rebellion against Edward I and inflicted a famous defeat on the English army at Stirling Bridge. He is remembered as a patriot and national hero. History, Scotland Forever, William Wallace, Famous People, Wallace Braveheart, Williams Wallace, Scottish, Things Scotland, Sir Williams
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Memorial for William Wallace.In 1869 the Wallace Monument was erected, very close to the site of his victory at Stirling Bridge. The Wallace Sword, which supposedly belonged to Wallace, although some parts were made at least 160 years later, was held for many years in Dumbarton Castle and is now in the Wallace Monument.
William Wallace William Wallace - The Wallace - is world famous; a national hero who fought and died to free Scotland from English rule. Bower describes Wallace as: ...a tall man with the body of a giant, cheerful in appearance with agreeable features, broad-shouldered and big-boned... pleasing in appearance but with a wild look, broad in the hips with strong arms and legs, a most spirited fighting man, with all his limbs very strong and firm.