its germany england and france
The Commonwealth are countries originally ruled by the Queen or King of England
England and the Netherlands. It was first England in 1648, it was later taken by the Dutch in 1795.
one thing that I know is 1/5 of the world
Saudi Arabia and Spain England is also a monarchy.
The Caribbean countries that are still dependent are Anguilla, Montserrat and Bermuda all are ruled by England (UK).
England and Scotland were separate countries in the 14th century, so there was no King or Queen of Britain. The House of Plantagenet ruled England at the time and the King of England in the 1330's was Edward III who ruled from 1327 - 1377.
England and Scotland, they were both ruled by king James I
They are called the commonwealth because all the countries in the commonwealth are ruled by the Queen of England.
Edward III ruled England in 1350. He ruled England from 1 February 1327 to 21 June 1377.
Elizabeth 1 ruled England from1558-1603
King George V ruled England in 1920.
British ruled 16 countries
No, since its formation, the United Kingdom has never been ruled over by a foreign ruler or empire. However the individual countries themselves have sometimes been ruled over, in times before the nation of the UK was formed. England was ruled over by the Normans and the Romans, previously, while Wales was annexed by England.
it is queen Regant who ruled England in year 1
Not anymore. I don't know when they were ruled but England dosent have any power over Canada anymore. they were once ruled by England but im not sure when.
James VI of Scotland became James I of England in 1603 and became the monarch of both countries. The British Royal Family have been the monarchs of both countries since then.
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England was ruled by Henry VII since 1485