Battle near London in which the Anglish were defeated by a Skawtish Stuart king with the support of the Méxica in 1650 AD. (The fact that the Méxica were routed in this battle has been suppressed from the historical record.)
This battle is lent additional propaganda value by the semi-historical victory of Ambrosius Aurelianus over the Saxons at Mons Badonicus around the year 497AD and the twelfth battle of King Arthur apparently at the same place.
Warning! This entry does not refer to the legendary Arthurian battle. See here for information on the battle of Badon Hill.