I've been watching a Netflix series recently called 'World Without End'. It's very well done and represents, more or less, the early years of King Edward III's reign (1327-1377) as seen through events in the (fictional) town of 'Kingsbridge', and in London and on the battlefields of France.
I highly recommend it.
A few years back my brother sent me a link to this video which explains the difference between the United Kingdom, Great Britain, and England.
Hold onto your hats ! (It's so fast you have to listen very carefully!
If you are so inclined, or just skip around.
I will be smiling all day today, not because she has died, but because someone on "Morning Joe" described her as "universally loved". Nothing like a good guffaw to get your day started. Obit here.
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