The Brus by John Barbour
The complete text of John Barbour's epic 14th century poem, a patriotic life of Robert the Bruce, in the original Scots.
Describes the Wallace Monument erected at Robroyston, scene of his betrayal and capture. Includes background on Wallace, a history of the site, with timelines, photo galleries and news.
A local historian relates what is essentially an oral history of the Battle of Roslin, which took place on February 23, 1303, and includes photographs taken at the battle site, acknowledgements, and updates.
The Society of William Wallace
Dedicated to the memory of Sir William Wallace and his principles; includes a historical account, with details of membership, meetings and commemorative events, bibliography, news, and contacts.
Wars of Independence
A section in the BBC Scotland's History resource, covering the period from the Battle of Stirling Bridge through to 1328; includes video, articles, and links.
Wars of Independence (Medieval)
A comprehensive resource from Learning for Scotland, covering the period from the death of King Alexander III in 1286, through to the death of Robert the Bruce in 1329.
An account of Wallace, the battles of Stirling Bridge and Falkirk, and his execution in London.
The William Wallace Heritage Trust
Formed to encourage interest in the history and heritage of Lanark, especially in its most famous son, William Wallace. Includes a biography, events diary, news, merchandise, and contacts.