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Richard Rahl at The People's Palace-Epic Speeches with William Wallace

FREEEEEEEDOM!  This is epic speeches with William Wallace, ya pansies, the part of the blog where  William Wallace talks about epic speeches.

This one’s from a book called Stone of Tears, part of the Sword of Truth series by Terry Goodkind. 428 more words

William Wallace (the real one)

While William Wallace wasn’t an Australian in blue face paint shouting “FREEDOM!” in an historically dubious surrounding, he was nevertheless a real warrior who fought for Scottish independence in the late thirteen century. 3,033 more words

Scotland

Plantagenet: Edward I adversary William Wallace (2/2)

William Wallace sought revenge from Fenwick the English knight who had murdered his father in 1291, for not swearing his allegiance to King Edward I of England, and Lord Paramount of Scotland. 1,932 more words

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Plantagenet: Edward I adversary William Wallace (1/2)

William Wallace was born in 1272 in Ellerslie, Renfrewshire, Scotland to parents Malcolm Wallace, a laird and Margaret de Crauford, and he was one of three brothers. 1,950 more words

England

The Top 3 Movies That Have Impacted My Life

The Top 3 Movies That Have Impacted My Life

Movies speak to me very deeply; in a way my wife doesn’t really understand.
When I’m watching a movie I’m not just using my eyes and ears, all of me is involved in the total experience the movie is offering. 660 more words
Christian Doctrine & Lifestyle

Quote of the Day

“Every man dies, but not every man truly lives.”
~ William Wallace

The Grants of Strathspey...

While many researchers have believed that the Grants came to England with the Normans, more recent research indicates that they actually came to Scotland from Norway and are descendants of the Vikings.  881 more words

Battle Of Culloden