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William Wallace
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For Freedom, or For Liberty are translations of the Latin motto of Clan Wallace.
William Wallace
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Statement before the Battle of Stirling Bridge (11 September 1297), as quoted in History of Scotland (1841) by Patrick Fraser Tytler, p. 121
William Wallace
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Statement before the Battle of Falkirk (21 July 1298); as quoted in The Story of England (1909) by Samuel B. Harding
William Wallace
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In Latin: "Dico Tibi Verum, Libertas Optima Rerum: Nunquam Servili Sub Nexu Vivito, Fili" - As quoted in: "William Wallace, Guardian of Scotland" (1948) by Sir James Fergusson, p. 4
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Born: 1270

Died: 1305 (aged 35)

Nationality: Scottish

Occupation: Revolutionary

Bio: Sir William Wallace was a Scottish knight and landowner who became one of the main leaders during the Wars of Scottish Independence.

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