This is the tory of a great Scottish soldier and patriot, who not only defied the English for years, but inflicted on them the greatest military defeat ever suffered by n English army.
lthough Robert the Bruce was a great Scottish hero and patriot, much of his boyhood was spent in England. He was born in Scotland in 1274, but his father, who was also named Robert Bruce, had estates both in Scotland and England, and his grandfather had m
Robert the Bruce - Scottish history - Scotland - Robert de Bruis - King of Scotland - King of England - Berwick - John Balliol - Kind David of Scotland - King Edward - William Wallace - John Comyn - Tower of London - Westminster Abbey - Scots - Battle of Dunbar - Battle of Falkirk - Durham - The Pope - Dumfries - Earl of Pembroke - Loch Lomond - English Soldiers - Spider - cave - James Douglas - Black Douglas - Isle of Arran - Glentrool - Carlisle - Edward II - St Andrews - Edinburgh Castle - Earl of Morray - Francis - Stirling Castle - Henry de Bohun - battle-axe - Battle of Bannockburn 1314 - Abbot of Inchaffray - Earl of Hereford - Cumberland - Westmorland - York - Scottish parliment - The Western Isles of Scotland - Edward III - Earl of Gloucester
issue points for collectors
Hardback book issued with dust-wrapper. Original price 2'6 Net. Illustrated endpapers showing various Scottish people, weapons, buildings and utensils. The boards have a blue lined drawing of Robert the Bruce which is different from the dust-wrapper. 'Robert the Bruce' is the 18th and last title listed on the rear flap of the dust-wrapper. Tally number 100 shown on the rear flap of the dust-wrapper.