Cartoon Buddy Club Publishing
United Kingdom history notes

Cartoon Buddy homepage ->

Website history notes page Index ->

Homepage -> Full index ->

1. United Kingdom Kings and Queens
2. Anglo Saxon to 1066 Norman
3. Hanover to Windsor
4. Tower of London
5. House of Parliament
6. Sir Winston Churchill
7. Secret Cabinet War Rooms WW2
8. Winston Churchill WW2
9. Duke of Wellington
10. Wellington 1769-1852
11. Admiral Horatio Nelson
12. Horatio Nelson 1758-1805
13. Lord Horatio Nelson 1758-1805
14. Bernhard Law Montgomery

Introduced by penguin General Monty Knowledge :-)

United Kingdom history cartoon buddy.

(So proud of his family nose it was underlined)


Hello Human Buddy old thing... History it is said, is bunk, well, maybe to some, but at penguin people prep school I did find the dear old subject is the map to the very path of all your human individual futures and also a reflection of what events and peoples have passed through planet earth in past times.

Through both war and peace British royal families have been an ultimate reflection of the many various changes both good and bad within the history of the British isles and of it's inhabitants way of life. Some of my notes made of them, are listed upon this page.

It is not however as easy to be a member of the royal family today as it was in the extremely ruthless, so called good old days'. Any sort of criticism of royal rule or lack of respect for them in the past may have been met by a swift despatch to the old head chopping block by the ultimate powers and rulers of the land.
In today's world, thank goodness, the royals have no such dictatorial power and are mainly seen as figure-heads of the state only, retaining the task of cementing all the various countries that make up Britain together, with a historical respect for the position of Queen or King.

From a historical background of internal and external wars, power struggles, dictatorship's, society treating the population as virtual slaves, to revolt and Democracy for all not just the rich privileged few. Britain has evolved very well indeed and it is credit to this relatively small United Kingdom that many people from all over this large planet still wish to come and live their own lives here on a small Island.

My history notes.

Here is how Britain evolved...
The Celt peoples invaded and controlled the island by 200 BC, during which there were many various local tribal leaders.
The Romans invaded Britain in 55 BC (Julius Caesar) and by 6O AD had control of the island to form the Roman province of Britannia, but only to the far reaching point of the Antonine and Hadrian walls area in Scotland (the Picts tribe were never totally subdued).
After the Romans had left (7th century), the Anglo Saxon tribes formed the first kingdoms in England (of Northumberland, Mercia, Wessex).
Wales remained Celtic lands and by 500 AD An Irish tribe (the Scots) had settled in the far North of the British isle to Argyll forming the beginning of Scotland.
By 827 AD the first King of the unified Angeland' was crowned and by 843 BC the Scots and Picts tribes were united by Kenneth McAlpin to form a united Scotland.
[ More]

general knowledge cartoon penguin uk monty

The countries of England and Wales were first united in 1536, and with the act of union 1707, Scotland united with England to form the United Kingdom.


Henry II invaded Ireland in 1711 and created Ulster the later king Henry VII started the process of English settlement to stabilise and pacify the area.


It was not until 1920 that Ulster (six counties) became officially part of the UK under the principle of self determination.

england scotland wales northern ireland

England

Scotland

Wales

Northern Ireland

general knowledge united kingdom flag

Page 1. Kings and Queens