Robert the Bruce 1274 - 1329 - Edward II's desire to conquer Scotland looked like a strong possibility. Bruce seized his chance of the throne in 1306 and was crowned on Easter Day of that year at Scone. His early days as King did not go well and after a defeat at Perth he spent over a year in hiding. When Bruce reappeared he was determined to lead the cause for Scottish independence and on Mid-summer's Day 1314 he defeated the mighty army of Edward II at Bannockburn
Translation of the Cry of Dolores Mexicans! Long live the heroes that gave us the Fatherland! Long live Hidalgo! Long live Morelos! Long live Josefa Ortiz de Dominguez! Long live Allende! Long live Aldama and Matamoros! Long live National Independence! Long Live Mexico! Long Live Mexico! Long Live Mexico!
Think of American Independence Day, July 4th, and you’re bound to conjure up images of barbecues complete with hot dogs, potato salad and, of course, yieldingly soft burger buns crammed with tender, juicy patties, melting cheese, salad and the quintessential French’s mustard. Are you feeling hungry yet? Recipes for Byron Burger Buns & American Style Cheese Slices plus a brief history of the burger!