Leaving in September 1296 to fight France, Edward I believed that Scotland was his He was wrong: defeat of Scottish army and imprisonment of Balliol did not mean that Scots had accepted defeat . Harsh treatment of Scots made them angry and eager for revenge
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He was wrong: defeat of Scottish army and imprisonment of Balliol did not mean that Scots had accepted defeat
Harsh treatment of Scots made them angry and eager for revenge
The Nobles may have accepted defeat but others would carry on the fight….Edward I in Control?
Others were fighting back…..
Andrew Murray captured English castles in Inverness & Elgin
In the South West, Robert Bruce, James Stewart and Wishart led resistance
All of this evidence points to an organised national campaign against the English
Wallace became their leader and the focus of Scottish resistance….Did Wallace carry on the fight alone?
Ormsby escaped with his life but Wallace seized valuable war ‘booty’
Scots were triumphant
After each attack Wallace & his men disappeared into the countryside
English found it very difficult to find them
Wallace’s attacks gave Scottish nobles led by James Stewart time to form an ArmyWallace the guerrilla fighter