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William Wallace, resisting the British occupation of Scotland

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William Wallace resisted the British occupation of Scotland in the 13th century. He was an exceptional leader.

Several hundred years later in the 19th century, statues commemorating Sir William Wallace were erected overlooking the River Tweed and in Lanark.

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Written by chinarose

August 22, 2010 at 2:23 am

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