The Difference between the United Kingdom, Great Britain and England Explained – YouTube


Have you ever wondered what is the difference between the United Kingdom and Great Britain?  This video explains it, plus a whole lot more!

This type of thing can always be taken with a grain of salt!


Mama Lisa

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7 Responses to “The Difference between the United Kingdom, Great Britain and England Explained – YouTube”

  1. Marilyn Crosbie Says:

    This video on Great Britain, the UK, and England is informative, but what’s the rush? I can hardly keep up with the speaker!

  2. Richard Says:

    Wales is not on the UK flag because we were assumed to be “English”……and it was only ground pressure in the 1950s that gave Wales an official dragon flag. A Forgotten history

    Two acts are responsible for Wales not being on the flag. 1746 Berwick and Wales act…and the Acts of Annexation in 1536 and 1542

  3. Katie Macdonald-Galli Says:

    Bravo! Superb enunciation with tight graphics . . .

  4. Karol Kohner Says:

    How does this guy speak so fast? Very informative it would have been more enjoyable to listen to if he had taken a breath in between paragraphs!!

  5. lee Says:

    I agree what’s the rush, is there a fire to be extinguished somewhere?
    Why have somebody with an American accent to advise about the United Kingdom?

  6. Joe Zorn Says:

    So glad that the narrator did not have a British accent! I would have understood about three-quarters of what he said. speaking as fast as he did with British pronounciations.

  7. Douglas Eaton Says:

    I am from England – a long time (60 yrs) ago, and even so, I had extreme difficulty following a voice, literally ‘gabbling’ so fast. If its broken, it needs fixing.

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