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Mythical ancient Britain, land of the escaped Trojans and builders of Stonehenge
The Anglo-Saxon heptarchy
Beardy Vikings rule the North
Shorter-bearded Normans conquer the land at Hastings and Francisised England
Romantico-barbaric age of Robin Hood and William Wallace - that's when Oxford was founded
The Hundred Years' War. England will control France - well tell that to a 17-year old girl !
The War of the Roses. Red roses rule ! No white ones do !
Henry VIII : I am also King of Wales, Ireland and sole propietor of the Church in my land
Mary I : kill thy protestant folk and you'll have a cocktail named afer you
Elizabeth I : I am a virgin, but my boys f#cked the Armada and wrote better English than anyone else
James I : let the United Kindgom be !
Charles I vs Cromwell : if you area ruler of divine right, then I can be one too
Charles II & James II : let's rebuild London, get New York and raise magnificient palaces
William of Orange, his wife and cousin Mary, and her sister Anne...
Ich bin Georg I von England, your new king, but let's Walpole govern for me
George II : Water Music or God save the King ?
George III : I was so mad after those American got their independence !
Early 19th century : Trafalgar, Waterloo and all that
Victorian glory : the largest empire the world has known, governed by the most civilised nation
The Great War : the biggest family quarrel - it left 9 million dead
Social changes between WWI and WWII : women will vote, our men will have to sleep outside !
WWII : "Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few"
The Swinging 60's : the Beatles an all
Economic downturn of the 1970's : the petrol crisis
The Thatcher years : if a worker is not profitable, let him become a punk.
The Blair years : will education and health remain free ? Is Britain the US' best friend ?
None... (in fact I don't know anything about history)
All (but to lazy to select them one by one)