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Quote from The Declaration of Arbroath 1320,

"For as long as one hundred of us shall remain alive, we shall never in any wise consent submit to the rule of the English, for it is not for glory we fight, nor riches, or for honour, but for freedom alone, which no good man loses but with his life."


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Declaration of Arbroath (April 6, 1320) author is unknown but assumed to be Bernard de Linton, Abbot of Arbroath and Chancellor of Scotland. Often attributed to Robert the Bruce.
Signed by eight earls and forty-five barons, it asked for the Pope's dispassionate intervention in the bloody quarrel between the Scots and the English.


Defense, Fight, Freedom, Honor, Independence


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