#Onthisday in history 25th March 1306 A.D. Robert the Bruce becomes the King of Scotland.
Robert I was born in the year of 1274 A.D. and died in the year of 7 June 1329 A.D. he was most popularly known as “Robert the Bruce. From the year 1306 A.D. he was king until his death in 1329 A.D. He was one of the most famous warriors of his generation with his skills he lead Scotland during the First Wars of Scottish Independence against the English. He fought with great success, during his reign he gained back many places in Scotland as an Independent nation for this he was seen as a hero.
He descended from the Anglo-Norman and the Gaelic Noble families, he was the fourth great grandson of the David I. Robert the Bruce had great support from his family to become the claimant to the throne while William Wallace revolted against Edward I of the England.
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