King Robert the Bruce

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2005 - 160 pages
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1899. From the Famous Scots Series. An historically accurate account of King Robert the Bruce and the prolonged and successful struggle of the Scots against the unprovoked aggression of Edward I and Edward II, the most memorable episode in the history of Scotland. Contents: The Ancestry of Bruce; Opportunist Vacillation; The Coronation of Bruce; Defeat and Disaster: Methven and Kildrummy; The King in Exile; The Turn of the Tide; Reconquest of Territory; Recovery of Fortresses; The Battle of Bannockburn; Invasion of England and Ireland; Conciliation and Conflict; Peace at the Sword's Point; and The Heart of Bruce.

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