The battle of Falkirk - William Wallace and Edward I roles

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  • Edward I - The Battle of Falkrik
    • Supplying his troops on campaign by sea
    • Outmanoeuvring Wallace to attack him on the flanks
    • Using archers against Scottish schiltrons
    • He had little control over his cavalry, but ultimatly this was a fortunate thing
  • William Wallace - The Battle of Falkirk
    • Use of Schiltrons
    • Positioning his forces on a slope with its rear protected by woods
    • Failing to protect his flanks
    • Deciding to fight with inferior numbers
    • Not controlling his nobles
    • Not using left over cavalry and archers


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