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  1. 1. United Kingdom England + Wales + No. Ireland + Scotland
  2. 2. Map of British Isles
  3. 3. Hadrian’s Wall
  4. 4. Union Jack
  5. 5. Tartans and Kilts
  6. 6. Bagpipes
  7. 7. GOLF St. Andrew’s Oldest Course in the World
  8. 8. Nessie
  9. 9. Nessie
  10. 10. par·lia·ment     1.A national representative body having supreme legislative powers within the state. 2. Parliament The national legislature of various countries, especially that of the United Kingdom, made up of the House of Lords and the House of Commons .
  11. 11. Buckingham Palace
  12. 12. Changing of the Guard
  13. 13. Windsor Castle
  14. 14. Bobbie Constable on Patrol
  15. 15. Bobbie Constable on Patrol
  16. 16. Bobbie Constable on Patrol
  17. 17. Queen Victoria 1819-1901
  18. 18. Queen Victoria 1819-1901
  19. 19. Prince Albert
  20. 20. Prince Albert
  21. 21. Victorian 1. Of, relating to, or belonging to the period of the reign of Queen Victoria: a Victorian novel. 2. Relating to or displaying the standards or ideals of morality regarded as characteristic of the time of Queen Victoria: Victorian manners. 3. Being in the highly ornamented, massive style of architecture, decor, and furnishings popular in 19th-century England.
  22. 22. Thames River TOWER BRIDGE London Bridge……..is falling down! And moved to Arizona!
  23. 23. Oxford University
  24. 24. Stonehenge
  25. 25. Stonehenge
  26. 26. Druids
  27. 27. Westminster Abby
  28. 28. Celts
  29. 29. Jutes, Angles and Saxons
  30. 30. House of Parliament House of Lords House of Commons
  31. 31. Archbishop of Canterbury Head of the Church Of England Anglican Church
  32. 32. William the Conqueror
  33. 33. Battle of Hastings NORMAN CONQUEST KING HAROLD
  34. 34. CRUSADES SERIES OF WARS 11TH TO 13TH CENTURIES FOR CONTROL OF HOLY LANDS HOLY GRAIL
  35. 35. King Richard the Lion-Hearted
  36. 36. Robin Hood and King Richard
  37. 37. SIGNED IN 1215 A.D BY KING JOHN Magna Carta
  38. 38. Queen Elizabeth I The Virgin Queen
  39. 39. Sir Francis Drake
  40. 40. Queen Mary
  41. 41. War of the Roses
  42. 42. James VI
  43. 43. King Henry VIII
  44. 44. 100 YEARS’ WAR FRANCE VS. ENGLAND 14TH TO 15TH CENTURIES JOAN OF ARC LED THE FRENCH
  45. 45. Anne Boleyn
  46. 46. Lady Godiva 11th century protest
  47. 47. William Shakespeare
  48. 48. Stratford-Upon-Avon
  49. 49. Bard of Avon
  50. 50. The Globe Theater
  51. 51. King George III King Of Britain During Revolutionary War
  52. 52. Spanish Armada
  53. 53. Admiral Lord Nelson
  54. 54. Trafalgar Square
  55. 55. Puritans
  56. 56. Sir Christopher Wren
  57. 57. Sir Isaac Newton
  58. 58. The Seven Years War
  59. 59. Winston Churchill History will be kind to me for I intend to write it. Sir Winston Churchill
  60. 60. The Blitz RAF Royal Air Force
  61. 61. Allied Powers Victorious Nations World War I Britain France Italy Russia US— 1917 World War II Britain France USSR US— Dec 7, 1941 D DAY — June 6, 1944
  62. 62. World War II Rabbi Niemoller First they came for the Communists, and I didn’t speak up, because I wasn’t a Communist. Then they came for the Jews, and I didn’t speak up, because I wasn’t a Jew. Then they came for the Catholics, and I didn’t speak up, because I was a Protestant. Then they came for me, and by that time there was no one left to speak up for me. by Rev. Martin Niemoller, 1945 Appeasement Holocaust
  63. 63. World War II Holocaust Master Race ARYAN
  64. 64. World War II Holocaust
  65. 65. World War II Holocaust
  66. 66. HOLOCAUST
  67. 67. King Edward VIII
  68. 68. Wallis Simpson
  69. 69. The Beatles
  70. 70. Tony Blair
  71. 71. The Windsor Family CHARLES WILLIAM HARRY DIANA
  72. 72. The Windsor Family CHARLES Camilla Parker Bowles
  73. 73. The “Houses” CHARLES HANOVER TUDOR STUART LANCASTER YORK
  74. 74. Tower of London Beefeaters Beefeaters
  75. 75. Money
  76. 76. Tate Gallery
  77. 77. British Museum
  78. 78. Camelot
  79. 79. Authors
  80. 80. Bakers Street
  81. 81. Piccadilly Square

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