In the mid-eighteenth century, Europe’s two great powers, France and Great Britain, were at odds about who would rule the newly discovered North American continent. The French ruled the area west of the Allegheny Mountains from the Canadian border to the Great Lakes and a settlement in and around Louisiana…
Britain held a referendum last year in which its inhabitants voted to leave the EU. Since then, there have been several news publications debating the topic in various forms. Brexit is leaving Britons weaker and meaner, according to The Economist. To put it succinctly, the pound and the rage are…
Great Britain’s climate is much milder than in the rest of the Northern Hemisphere at the same latitude. This is because the warm waters of the Gulf Stream pass over the British Isles, which moderates the climate. Great Britain is typically cool and cloudy, with a fair amount of rain….