William Wallace led the resistance to English occupation winning the Battle of Stirling Bridge in 1297. The following year Edward I’s army defeated the Scots at Falkirk. Wallace was executed in 1305.
Where did Andrew Moray begin his rebellion?
William Wallace began his rebellion by killing which person?
The English Sheriff of Lanark
The Scottish Sheriff of Lanark
The English Sheriff of Stirling
Where was the Scottish Army before the battle of Stirling Bridge?
In front of Stirling Bridge
On the Abbey Craig hill
Beside Stirling Castle
Why did Stirling bridge cause the English problems?
Cavalry could not cross
It was far away from the castle
It was narrow
When did the Scottish Army attack at Stirling?
When some of the English had crossed the bridge
When all of the English had crossed the bridge
When the English started crossing the bridge
Why was Andrew Moray only Guardian of Scotland for a short time?
Andrew Moray betrayed Scotland
Wallace was the better leader
Andrew Moray died shortly after the Battle of Stirling Bridge
Why was Wallace forced to fight at Falkirk?
His men had had enough of hiding from the English
He was caught off guard by Edward's army
He did not have enough food or supplies for his army
Which year was the Battle of Falkirk?
What did Wallace do after the Battle of Falkirk?
Rebuilt the Scottish Army to attack again
Resigned as Guardian of Scotland
Continued to lead Scotland until his death in 1305
What was Wallace accused of at his trial?