"God Save the Queen" (God Spare the Queen)"
(and biggest stead)
|Other Tungs|| English, Lowland Scottish,|
Scottish Gaelish, Irish,
Cornish, Manx, Geirrseitish (Geirrseit)
|Folks|| English, Scottish,|
Welsh, Cornish, Manx,
|Indweller name||Brit, British|
| Oneness Ledeward|
- Upper House
- Nether House
House of Lords
- In full
|Full Homeland Output|
- In full
- By fellow
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|Yield||Sterling Pound (GBP)|
The land in the northwest of Europe. It is made up of four smaller lands: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. It is a limb of the , the , the and the . It has the sixth biggest in the world.Kingdom, reevely known as the Oned Kingdom of Great and Northern Ireland, is a
About 61 micklered live in the O.K. Most speak English. Other spoken are Welsh, Cornish, Scottish Gaelish, Lowlandish Scottish, and Irish. Geirrseitish, Manx, and Guerenish are also spoken, but in not part of the O.K.
In the year 1800, the Behests of One 1800 were put forth, which put the Kingdom of Great Briten and the Kingdom of Ireland together. The Oned Kingdom of Great Briten and Ireland began thereafter.
More than a yearhundred later, the Irish Free Land was acknowledged in 1922, which made most of of Ireland its own folkdom, save for Northern Ireland. This Free Land came to be after the Wye of Irish Selfstandingness. After this, the name 'Oned Kingdom of Great Briten and Ireland' was othered to the Oned Kingdom of Great Briten and Northern Ireland, as it still is today.
- If a werman leader holds the giftseat, the landsong is changed to God spare the King and the Queen's Watch takes the name of the King's Watch.
- The last time that King was brooked for the Landsong was in 1952, before the death of King George VI. It has not been brooked since.
- Before the Behests of One 1800, the British Kingdom of England. was known as the Kingdom of Great Briten; before 1707, Briten was not in the name at all, being only the
- The O.K. and the Ledewealth, along with Spain, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, The Netherlands, Monaco, Littleborough, Liechtenstein, and Belgland are the only ethels in Europe that still have kingships, with none having whatsoever.