Ruled more of the world than anyother,biggest empire in history (the british empire)
invented 44% of the worlds inventions,things the world takes for granted, to name a few.........televison.......telephone.......computer..........i-pods.....internet......fridges.......police force........The Navy........Baseball.........golf.......jet powerd flight/jet engine....toilets...toilet paper...radar.......rubber/tyres.....tins........trains.......underground.........hover craft.....scuba diving gear.......the list goes on and on. <----- Bull****
Home to the best elite fighting force in the world the british s.a.s, the hardest trained, most copied, most sucesfull in history with 99% sucess rate, copied by around 20 different countries, also helps train them.
Britain has never lost a major war. **Well obviously except for the revolutionary war between the colonies and Britain, but you know, no MAJOR wars. -.- I mean that war was just the war that created the United States of America.
Britain has achieved so much you can go on forever.
He declared war in Great Britain for some time and created second national bank
IT IS NOT. Britain is made up of the countries England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland... More informationMany people outside the United Kingdom say "England" when they really mean Great Britain. This is potentially offensive to some British people - like saying "Texas" when you really mean The US.
Great Britain is the union of England, Wales and Scotland. Some of its neighboring countries are Belgium, Ireland, Netherlands, Luxembourg and France.
The castle is in England, but scenery is done all over Great Britain and some rooms in Studios.
The United Kingdom of Great Britain includes Northern Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales, Great Britain is surrounded by over 1000 smaller isles which are included in the United Kingdom
1.) the establishment of a fair policy for the development of the lands west of the Appalachian Mountains and 2.) a peace treaty with Great Britain.
England is just called England. However, some people erroneously say England when what they mean is Britain, which is comprised of England, Scotland and Wales together. When Northern Ireland is added, the country then gets its full and proper name of The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Great Britain is comprised of England, Scotland and Wales.If Northern Ireland is added, the country then gets its full name of The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.What we normally think of as Britain consists of the UK, the Channel islands and the Isle of Man.Great Britain is the largest of the 2 main islands of the British Isles, the other being the Republic of Ireland.Great Britain is made up of the countries of England, Scotland and Wales.In 1927 the province of Northern Ireland was incorporated, along with Great Britain, into the new Sovereign State of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Now referred to normally as "the UK"
Yes, achievements is the plural form for the noun achievement.
No. Great Britain refers to an area inside the United Kingdom. Great Britain is the grouping of the countries of England, Scotland and Wales along with some other small islands. United Kingdom includes the lands within Great Britain along with Northern Ireland, Isle of Man and the Channel Islands.
Great Britain is the name of the island.The kingdoms of England and Scotland, the Principality of Wales and the six counties of Northern Ireland are united in a single sovereign state - the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland is part of this state but not part of Great Britain.Great Britain is the island, the largest island of the UK, on which is found the majority of the territory of England, Scotland and Wales. The Kingdom of Great Britain ceased to be a nation state in 1801 when the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland was formed. The modern-day name of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland was formally adopted in 1927. It is incorrect to refer to the country of the UK as Great Britain or, as is often heard, England. These terms are not interchangeable.The term Great Britain is rarely used in the UK; its use is relegated to some sports under which the nation, for some reason, competes. The international standards GB and GBP have also been imposed on the UK but they are incorrect.