Generals of the Army of Scotland - Andrew de Moray and William Wallace

After the capitulation of the Scottish nobility and aristocracy to English forces at Irvine, young hotheads Andrew de Moray and William Wallace were the only effective Scottish commanders left in the field. Here, they are shown deploying their combined troops from their vantage point atop the Abbey Craig onto the flood plain surrounding Stirling Bridge on the morning of 11th September, 1297. Shortly, they would face and defeat a vastly superior English host and earn their place in History.
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Generals of the Army of Scotland - Andrew de Moray and William Wallace

Generals of the Army of Scotland - Andrew de Moray and William Wallace

After the capitulation of the Scottish nobility and aristocracy to English forces at Irvine, young hotheads Andrew de Moray and William Wallace were the only effective Scottish commanders left in the field. Here, they are shown deploying their combined troops from their vantage point atop the Abbey Craig onto the flood plain surrounding Stirling Bridge on the morning of 11th September, 1297. Shortly, they would face and defeat a vastly superior English host and earn their place in History.
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