In 1518 The Kingdom of Munster and the High Council of United Irish Clans went to war against England to liberate the Irish people under brutal English occupation in the Pale and Leinster. Despite initial setbacks in the Highlands Campaign, Irish armies, in conjunction with the French, Dutch, and a timely Prussian arrival, were able to turn back the English and settle a most favorable treaty. As per their agreement, England turned over control of all their territories in Ireland, south-eastern Scotland, and France gained the possession of Picardie as a reward for their assistance to the Irish People. The age of foreign occupation, at long last, has finally concluded.