How was England formed?
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How was England formed?

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How was England formed? The existence of England is one that is often taken for granted and looked at far too scarcely. This may be due to the overshadowing … .

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45 thoughts on “How was England formed?

  1. Since TikTok got confused about this I just wanna pop in and say – I’m the scriptwriter on this video and at the beginning when referencing “Scots” and pointing to Ireland, that’s not a mistake! The Scots/Scoti/Scotti were Gaels from Ireland around the same time that the Picts were in Scotland! I see why it confused people on TikTok and everyone here seems fine but, just in case 😂

  2. What happened afterwards in 1500s very interesting. We engs started raiding and looting other countries in Asia and became a very rich nation. Most of antiques in London museum will tell you the story.

    Thanks to South Asia, we are rich nation today.

  3. The people are very cunning by nature to be honest( I am not sorry as this is the reality) . What they did was to find notables of the areas. Awarded them with money and titles such as Sir, malik, Nawab, khan bahadur, provided the best wine 🍷 and pretty women. And of course divide and rule policy. To divide Muslims they introduced new sects such as Ahmadi Muslim… they ignited sectarianism and racism. They made the brothers fight then suppressed them and ruled them.

    Since I have known the English people I didn't see anything outstanding in terms of intellectual level. Cunning is one of the prerequisite to form an empire.

  4. History of UK:
    Celts came and build some stuff.
    Romans came, fucked it up and build it bigger.
    Germans came, fucked it up and build it better.
    Vikings came and fucked it up and together with celts and germans they fucked up the world. and make UK even better 😀

  5. IDK but if you really push it, the early history of England can also have somewhat twisted parallels/similarities with the fictional early history of Westeros in George R. R. Martin's A Song of Ice And Fire story:

    Roman Britain = Children of the Forest (mysterious magic & legacy).
    Early Anglo-Saxon settlements = The First Men petty kingdoms.
    Picts and Scots = First-wave White Walker (defeated by First Men's Hero).
    Viking landing at Lindisfarne = Early Andal invasion landing at the Fingers.
    Late Anglo-Saxon 7 kingdoms = Pre-Aegon's-Conquest 7 kingdoms
    Wessex's expansion = Aegon's Conquest of Westeros
    Scotland = Cold version of unconquerable Dorne
    Edgar the Peaceful = Jaehaerys I the Conciliator

    I know this is a bit absurd, but quite interesting nevertheless 😀

  6. One point that many forget or miss entirely, is that when the Romans invaded tribal Britannia in 43 AD, and after the failure of the Boudiccan revolt of 60 AD, the people were disarmed and made to serve the Roman financial interests as peasant farmers and slaves. By the time of the Roman withdrawal around 400 AD (when it was no longer in the Roman financial interests to remain) the nation of Romanised peasant farmers who had long since lost their former warrior culture, were effectively left defenceless in the chaos that ensured afterwards in the dark ages to follow.
    That is where this video begins from. We often hear about what the Romans gave us, but not a lot of thought into what the real cost of Roman occupation was. Perhaps we'll never know for sure, but there was a cost that is difficult to measure as it culminated many of the original people(s) of the land of modern day England being wiped out and absorbed into invading people(s).

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