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    Sir William Wallace (c. 1270 – August 23, 1305) To the Scottish people, Wallace was the exemplification of undying patriotism to the cause of that country’s independence, giving his life to such. His desire for peace and freedom brought the clans together while it struck fear into his enemies. Importantly, he continually defied the invading king, Edward ‘Longshanks’ Plantagenet I of England, when all others had given up.

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