“FREEDOM!!!” these were the last words William Wallace screamed before his painful death. That day when he was subjected to mockery of a trial and then done too death in the most hideous and barbaric manner, a hero died. Wallace has remained in popular belief. Wallace has remained in popular belief, the undoubted, undisputed hero of the Scottish Wars of Independence. Wallace was “known as a hero”, Scotland’s “Ultimate hope” and is still talked about by Scottish people “too this day”, without Wallace’s “sacrifices”, “spirit”, and “qualities as a leader”, England would still be ruling Scotland. Wallace emerged as a hero for Scotland, a hero for freedom!!!
When Scotland’s fortunes were at their lowest, when the Scots were oppressed and their nation torn apart, Wallace emerged from obscurity like a meteor in the sky. Wallace was very well known throughout Scotland. Him and his “companions”, Hamish, Cambell the Elder, and mad Stephen went through many hard fought, bloody battles together. After the death of his wife, Wallace and his companions killed an encampment of English soldiers. After that incident Wallace and his followers burned down an English fort, unintentionally kindling a Scottish rebellion. By now Wallace was looked up too as the “Scottish Hope” and was “very well known throughout Scotland”. In a series of battles, Wallace became more popular with every victory. By now he acquired an army that shared his dream of freedom. His battles for freedom made him a hero even up too this day, “a legend” who fought tearity and oppression, but was eventually brought down by a tyrant.
Wallace had too made many “sacrifices” in his fight for freedom. On the battle field he was outnumbered, outmanned and still his “spirit and leadership” helped him and his men overcome many battles. He gained a spectacular victory over the English at the battle of Stirling and then sustained a crushing defeat in the blink of an eye. He is set up by his own king and is...