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A Celebration of Britain and and Her Imperial Legacy on American Independence Day

There a famous quote by author E.M. Delafield: “Most Englishmen are convinced that God is an Englishman, probably educated at Eton.” Actually, there is more than a grain of truth in her observation. As surveys consistently affirm, Great Britain, despite … Continue reading

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Trudeau Salutes the Queen

Despite the  national dust up that followed the newly installed Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s decision remove the Elizabeth II’s portrait from the Foreign Affairs Building, the Canadian monarchy doesn’t seem to face any immediate risk of extinction. Even so, … Continue reading

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A Strange Fact about the British Commonwealth

Some well-informed people find the fact hard to grasp:  that three former British dominions, once known as the “white dominions” and widely considered today as three of the world’s most successful nations, did not gain full national sovereignty from Great … Continue reading

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