How did William Wallace attack the English at Stirling? ⚔️


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  1. Good strategy often boils down to having more soldiers in the fight than your enemy, and this is a great example. The English army was bigger, but they were outnumbered on the actual frontline, allowing the Scots to win and lose far fewer troops.

    This same strategy is what allowed Napoleon to win so many battles against larger enemies.

  2. English contingent selected a favorite place that forbidding 🚫 Scottish to attack the English from flanks… while English gathered front Scottish was not sufficient numbers…..& English reserve watched 👀 slaughtered of their comrades with cold blood response

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