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True... Is life so great as to be bought with the price of liberty?

True... Is life so great as to be bought with the price of liberty?

William Wallace's Sword  The most famous sword in Scottish History.  It measures 66" in length.

William Wallace's Sword The most famous sword in Scottish History. It measures 66" in length.

Statue of William Wallace near the National Wallace Monument at Stirling.

Statue of William Wallace near the National Wallace Monument at Stirling.

Memorial for William Wallace. "O Flower of Scotland...when will we see your likes again" Scottish History.

Memorial for William Wallace. "O Flower of Scotland...when will we see your likes again" Scottish History.

Stained Glass Window at the William Wallace (Braveheart) Memorial near Stirling, Scotland

Stained Glass Window at the William Wallace (Braveheart) Memorial near Stirling, Scotland

Edinburgh Castle entrance; William Wallace statue at Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh Castle entrance; William Wallace statue at Edinburgh, Scotland

Battle of Stirling Bridge 1305 Sir William Wallace, Scottish hero and champion of Scottish independence who beat Edward I at the battle of Stirling Bridge, was captured by the English and later executed as a traitor.

Battle of Stirling Bridge 1305 Sir William Wallace, Scottish hero and champion of Scottish independence who beat Edward I at the battle of Stirling Bridge, was captured by the English and later executed as a traitor.

William Wallace

William Wallace

Dunnotar Castle - Stonehaven, Scotland - William Wallace, Mary Queen of Scots, the Marquis of Montrose and the future King Charles II, all graced the Castle with their presence. Most famously though, it was at Dunnottar Castle that a small garrison held out against the might of Cromwell’s army for eight months. By the close of the 14th century, Dunnottar was firmly under Scottish control, under the Clan Keith.

Dunnotar Castle - Stonehaven, Scotland - William Wallace, Mary Queen of Scots, the Marquis of Montrose and the future King Charles II, all graced the Castle with their presence. Most famously though, it was at Dunnottar Castle that a small garrison held out against the might of Cromwell’s army for eight months. By the close of the 14th century, Dunnottar was firmly under Scottish control, under the Clan Keith.

The Sword of William Wallace @ The National Wallace Monument in Stirling, Scotland

The Sword of William Wallace @ The National Wallace Monument in Stirling, Scotland

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