Great Britain has been called the workshop of the world because of its leadership in the Industrial Revolution. England built more factories and production facilities than any other nation during that time.
That water power, limestone, coal & iron ore were all found close to each other. The production of iron was readily available at a particular time.
Great Britain, or more correctly The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, was involved in both World War 1 and World War 2.
It is not. It is called "An island nation" because of the fact that the island and nation of Great Britain are one and the same.
Because in the 1800's, that's exactly what it was. Britain was the world's first industrialised nation and the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. Raw materials were imported from Britain's colonies and manufactured goods were sold back to them. Britain also had huge reserves of coal and iron ore - most of which are now depleted.
The Tau Manta from Forge World (which is owned by Games Workshop)
Polytheism is the belief in many gods, and therefore could be called the workshop of the same.
Yes. On the seafront.
"Atelier" is workshop/studio in French, and it is used in English when referring to an artist's workspace. You can also say studio.
Q & AIts called,"Workshop of the World", because it had a lot of factories with lots of tools to work with. By Evan CatheyKewlboy120 adding to that-In the industrial revolution (I think) there were more factories in England than loads of other places so it made things for the rest of the world and exported them. A bit like China now. That's how it got the nickname. I don't think anyone calls it that now though!
The Allied Powers.
The man is called Winston Churchill