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  1. podemos dividir la primera guerra de independencia de escocia (1296-1328) en cuatro fases sucesivas: una primera fase incluye una invasión inglesa que, por el momento, tiene éxito, en 1296; durante una segunda fase tienen lugar las campañas dirigidas por william wallace, andrew de moray y otros guardianes de escocia, entre 1297 y febrero de 1304, …

  2. Categorías: Guerras de Escocia. Guerras de independencia. Guerras medievales de Inglaterra. Guerras del siglo XIII. Guerras del siglo XIV. Escocia en el siglo XIII. Escocia en el siglo XIV. Inglaterra en el siglo XIII.

  3. as guerras de independencia de escocia foron un conxunto de diversas campañas militares que enfrontaron ó reino de escocia co reino de inglaterra entre finais do século xiii e xa avanzada a segunda metade do século xiv. ó longo de dito período e das campañas e batallas seguintes, o obxectivo de inglaterra era a ocupación e anexión do territorio …

    • The First War of Independence: 1296–1328
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    Background

    King Alexander III of Scotland died in 1286, leaving his three-year-old granddaughter Margaret, Maid of Norway, as his heir. In 1290, the Guardians of Scotland signed the Treaty of Birgham agreeing to the marriage of the Maid of Norway and Edward of Caernarvon, the son of Edward I. This marriage would not create a union between Scotland and England because the Scots insisted that the Treaty declare that Scotland was separate and divided from England and that its rights, laws, liberties and cu...

    Beginning of the war: 1296–1306

    The First War of Scottish Independence can be loosely divided into four phases: the initial English invasion and success in 1296; the campaigns led by William Wallace, Andrew de Moray and various Scottish Guardians from 1297 until John Comyn (the "Red Comyn") negotiated for the general Scottish submission in February 1304; the renewed campaigns led by Robert the Bruce following his killing of the Red Comyn in Dumfries in 1306 to his and the Scottish victory at Bannockburn in 1314; and a final...

    King Robert the Bruce: 1306–1328

    On 10 February 1306, during a meeting between Bruce and Comyn, the two surviving claimants for the Scottish throne, Bruce quarrelled with and killed John Comyn at Greyfriars Kirk in Dumfries. At this moment the rebellion was sparked again. Comyn, it seems, had broken an agreement between the two, and informed King Edward of Bruce's plans to be king. The agreement was that one of the two claimants would renounce his claim on the throne of Scotland, but receive lands from the other and support...

    After Robert the Bruce's death, King David II was too young to rule, so the guardianship was assumed by Thomas Randolph, Earl of Moray. But Edward III, despite having given his name to the Treaty of Edinburgh-Northampton, was determined to avenge the humiliation by the Scots and he could count on the assistance of Edward Balliol, the son of John Ba...

  4. A Primeira Guerra de Independencia de Escocia foi un conflito militar entre Escocia e Inglaterra que durou dende a invasión inglesa de Escocia en 1296 ata a restauración de jure da independencia escocesa co Tratado de Edimburgo-Northampton en 1328. A independencia De facto foi establecida en 1314 na Batalla de Bannockburn . Véxase tamén