Battle of Stirling




The Battle of Stirling was the first major victory of the Scottish rebellion. The Scottish had won in a few skirmishes under command of the commoner William Wallace, and the city of Lanark was freed from English rule.

Edward I, went to France to expand his future kingdom, his feeble son Prince Edward did nothing and preferred to spend time with his partner Philip. But the Northern Army, 13,000-strong under the command of Lord Talmadge and Lord Cheltham.

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