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Neil Dunkin, Anfield of Dreams Main navigation.England is ruled from “Whitehall.” "The United States government is being ruled from the ‘White House,’ the government of England is being ruled from what is called ‘Whitehall,’ and Whitehall, like our White House, is the symbol of power because the hall is like the Masonic hall, the lodge hall, the union hall.”.
Large parts of the world ruled by Britain were made up of slave mentality people and the “jewel of the crown” tops the list.
In s only 60, Britishers were ruling million Indians, yes million. When England Ruled the World covers the four years immediately following England's World Cup triumph, charting the progress of the national and club sides.
It recalls, month by month, the great matches, teams and players of a golden age and assesses the impact of the country's greatest ever sporting achievement on all aspects of the game. When England Ruled the World covers the four years immediately following England's World Cup triumph, charting the progress of the national and club sides.
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Why we ruled the world The British Empire covered 25 per cent of the globe and, as the world's biggest investment banker, its influence stretched even farther. In his new book, Niall Ferguson argues that the Empire was a force for global good, and that its demise was caused less by nationalist movements than by the cost of its efforts to keep more .