Difference between revisions of "Kingdom of Great Britain"

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The '''United Kingdom of Great Britain''' was a state in Europe from the Act of Union between the parliaments of the [[Kingdom of England]] and the [[Kingdom of Scotland]] in 1707. Before this date the two Kingdoms remained politically independent but shared a single monarch from the accession of King James VI, King of Scots in March 1603.
 
The '''United Kingdom of Great Britain''' was a state in Europe from the Act of Union between the parliaments of the [[Kingdom of England]] and the [[Kingdom of Scotland]] in 1707. Before this date the two Kingdoms remained politically independent but shared a single monarch from the accession of King James VI, King of Scots in March 1603.
  
In 1801 the [[Kingdom of Ireland]] was merged with that of Great Britain to form the [[United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland]].
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In 1801 the [[Kingdom of Ireland]] was merged with that of Great Britain to form the [[United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland]]. In 1922 the name became "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.  
  
 
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Revision as of 13:59, 4 December 2009

This article is about the historic state, for the present day state see United Kingdom. In historical work the country is called Britain or Great Britain.

The United Kingdom of Great Britain was a state in Europe from the Act of Union between the parliaments of the Kingdom of England and the Kingdom of Scotland in 1707. Before this date the two Kingdoms remained politically independent but shared a single monarch from the accession of King James VI, King of Scots in March 1603.

In 1801 the Kingdom of Ireland was merged with that of Great Britain to form the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. In 1922 the name became "United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.