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At its peak, the British Empire was the largest empire in world history
The Industrial Revolution started in Great Britain
No woman has ever served as Prime Minister of the U. K.
There have been three: Margaret Thatcher, Theresa May, and Liz Truss
King Arthur is buried in Westminster Abbey
No English king has ever died in battle
Richard III was the most recent to die in battle, in 1485
The Royal Navy once issued rum rations to its sailors
The patron saint of England, St. George, actually spent most of his life in Scotland
St. George lived in what is today Turkey
Queen Victoria is thought to have died a virgin
She had nine children. Her numerous descendants sit on the thrones of many European kingdoms today.
In the year 1500, Wales had a higher population than England
Then as now, England was much more populous than Wales
England fought against France during the Hundred Years' War
Henry VIII was excommunicated by the pope
The Saxons were the original inhabitants of Great Britain
England was the first country to colonize the Americas
The Stuart dynasty of England originally came from Scotland
The Good Friday Agreement of 1998 is often considered to have ended "The Troubles" in Northern Ireland
The Troubles (Irish: Na Trioblóidí) were an ethno-nationalist conflict in Northern Ireland that lasted about 30 years from the late 1960s to 1998.
The conflict began in the late 1960s and is usually deemed to have ended with the Good Friday Agreement of 1998.
The Mongols on the other hand, straight up terrorised the world and destroyed highly skillful opponents all the way from China to Europe, beginning from the Steppes with little more than hordes of horse archers.
The only one I got wrong was St. George... I knew he didn't spend a lot of time in his patron country but couldn't remember in which country he mostly lived.
"Actually, theres 3"