On the Trail of William Wallace

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This book is filled with useful titbits for the tourist or native. The author pieces together the jigsaw of Wallace's life through his travels.
 

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I always enjoy this author's books as his enthusiasm for history and Scotland are found from beginning to end. If you find yourself going to Scotland you can take them along and use them as a tour ... Read full review

Contents

The Reality
1
The National Situation
14
Wallace The Early Years 2 7
27
A More Concerted Effort
44
Stirling Bridge
67
Falkirk
91
Missions Abroad
103
The Final Years
108
The Last Days
112
Edwards End 12 6
126
Wallace Connections at Home and Abroad
131
Wallace through the Ages
138
Bibliography
144
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About the author (1999)

David Ross lives in East Kilbride. A keen motorcyclist and amateur historian, for years he has spent every free moment visiting historic sites, battlefields and castles, travelling everywhere by bike. He has immersed himself in finding out as much as he can about the great Scots hero, William Wallace, and is organiser of and historical adviser to the Wallace Society. He is currently writing a guide to historical sites associated with Robert the Bruce.

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