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Q: Which European country was occupied by Britain from 1814 until 1964?
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Was Indiana a spanish or french colony?

The area was controlled by France until 1763 and by Great Britain until 1783.

Did the west buy valuable time to rearm at Munich in 1938?

The Allies, notably Great Britain, had little choice but to appease: Britain had a strong fleet but no land army that was any match for Germany's at the time. France was divided on the subject and anyway focused on defence against Germany, not on offense. The USA was firmly isolationist: public and Congress were totally against any further involvement in European wars and would remain so until well into WW 2. The other European countries were either poorly armed, keen to stay out of trouble or had Fascist regimes themselves. Britain and France were indeed buying time: France to further strengthen its defences, Britain expecting that Germany's mostly eastward annexations would finally get them into armed conflict with the USSR, which would weaken both parties.

Did Britain come to set slaves free in America?

Since the US became independent of Britain as a result of the Revolutionary War, Britain did not come to set slaves free in America. It was not until after the Civil War that the slaves were freed by constitutional amendment.

Why was England Great Britain called the mother country?

Great Britain is not called the UK. This is a common confusion. Great Britain is the name of an island containing England, Scotland and Wales. The United Kingdom is all of Great Britain and also Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland is on the island of Ireland, so it is not part of Great Britain. So Great Britain is not the UK, just part of it, though many people think they are the same and so they use both names.

When did England gain independence?

Until the 19th century England WAS the leading State in all the world, using accepted definitions.

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