Bermuda is an oversea colony of the United Kingdom. The island of Bermuda is a colony of Great Britain.
Bermuda is a part of the United Kingdom
It is a British overseas territory.
It belongs to Britian.
The island of Bermuda is a colony of Britain. They are actually the oldest remaining British colony in the entire world.
first off the island of Bermuda is a country second it is a country claimed by the U.K. or the united kingdom.
Bermuda is an overseas territory of the United Kingdom. It was established as a colony in 1707 after the unification of Scotland and England.
Bermuda is a British colony. It became a colony in 1707, which was the year that the Kingdom of Great Britain was created by joining the parliaments of England and Scotland.
Bermuda is a British Overseas Territory.
Bermuda is a self-governing dependency of the United Kingdom.
it is the uk-united kindom
it is the United KIngdom(u.k.)
No, it is an Island Nation.
Simply put, yes and we're a British colony
Basically, it is part of the UK but I think if lots of people wanted to go in dependant Bermuda could.
Bermuda is a British nation
The island of Bermuda is a sovereign state of the United Kingdom not of England as someone else answered erroneously earlier.
The island nation of Choculanta.
Yes, Bermuda was a British colony in the Caribbean Sea.
No. Bermuda is not a country, it is a colony, and is about 1000 miles North of the Caribbean Sea. By comparison, it is 768 miles from Cape Sable Island, in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Bermuda Island is possessed by Britain.
Bermuda is a single island, not islands.
why is Bermuda considered a subtropical island
Of the nation called who nows because i aint a queek. and its probably called the nation of islands i dont know.