Edward III & David II - Pamphlet

Classic Pamphlet

E.W.M. Balfour-Melville, last updated: 2nd October 2014

Scotland and England at War

When Alexander II met his tragic death at Kinghorn in 1286, the event was speedily to put an end to the cordial relations which had prevailed for a hundred years between England and Scotland and to substitute chronic hostility for two and half centuries. Edward I, fresh from the conquest of Wales, was quick to grasp the opportunity of extending his control over the north of Britain and to embark on the Scottish policy which was to prove, as it proceeded, decreasingly statesmanlike and increasingly troublesome...

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