To keep the bad hombres out, the Dutch residents of New Amsterdam constructed a 12' wall in the 1640s.In 1664 the British ignored the wall and took New Amsterdam by sea. It's now called New York. They took down the wall and built a street. It's called Wall Street.
British section in an American Supermarket
"British cuisine is bad" - oh yeah? Think again.
Took this on my evening walk last night; thought it looked quintessentially British.
A British airline billboard in London where a kid points at a passing plane and gives you the information of the flight v.redd.it/r32e7sia4vz61
British Tourists at the White House (1814)
Mr Bean has reach enlightenment (british museum)
British Consulate in Hong Kong 🏳️🌈🇬🇧
David Morgan-Hewitt, the manager of the Goring Hotel and acquaintance of the Queen. Certified British unit.
Test range at a British 0.303" ammunition plant in early 1942
Andrew, a chad British Jew who used to stand in front of the Chinese embassy alone for several hours two days a week for over a year, protesting the Uyghur genocide.
POV: British "people" arguing about American gun rights
Traditional British summer activities at my local park
“Oscar” the cat served on three warships, one German, two British, and all sank in action during World War II. The cat survived each sinking floating away on wooden planks until being rescued. He came to be knows as “Unsinkable Sam”.
After 11 years and thousands of pounds spent, I'm officially a British citizen!
American section in a British supermarket
The British airship R33 in its hangar as it prepares for its first-ever flight at an aerodrome in Barlow, Yorkshire. 1919.[1600 × 1236]
On This Day 1941, the German battleship Bismarck is sunk by the British battleships HMS King George V and HMS Rodney, supported by the heavy cruisers HMS Norfolk and HMS Dorsetshire [1000 x 1000]
The British created inflatable armies to distract Germany away from Normandy
Italian pro-Japanese poster celebrating the sinking of two British ships, artist Gino Boccasile, 1942.
Mechanically assisted loader on the British QF 3.7-inch anti-aircraft gun in use until the late 1950s
Summer Lake, British Columbia, Canada [OC] [4608x2592]
This day in 1941, the German battleship Bismarck was sunk by the combined effects of shellfire, torpedo hits and deliberate scuttling. The ship was sighted and crippled by British aircraft the day before. Out of a crew of over 2,200 men, only 114 survived.
British serial killer and necrophile Dennis Nilsen relaxing in prison
Ships assigned to the British Pacific Fleet in August 1945 [2500 x 5669]
A new photo of the British Army’s brand new Challenger 3 tank!
Italian pro-Japanese poster celebrating the sinking of two British capital ships during World War II, artist Gino Boccasile, 1942.
In 1917 (2019), the Sikh soldier is seen using an Indian licensed production of the Lee-Enfield rifle, with a darker wooden stock and a golden pin/insignia near the buttstock, instead of the British Army issued Lee-Enfield.
Boomrang axe based on the Ancient Tamil Weapon named 'Valari' used for hunting by Kallar and Maravar people. British were so afraid of that weapon that they destroyed most of those weapons and very few of these are left in Tamil Nadu now. ( Details in the comments ) v.redd.it/k6izn9p6lm071
So Thanks To These Recent BR Change's, British Ground Has Been Screwed Out Of It's 7.7 AA Defence And Created A Huge 4.0 BR Gap. If Your Playing Britain In The 5.7-7.7 BR Bracket And There Are Enemy Planes In The Sky, God Help You.
New upcoming ships: Tier VI BB, British battlecruiser "Repulse" and Tier X DD, Swedish destroyer-leader "Ragnar"
looking at you London’s British Museum
Supporting the complete destruction of British culture to own the conservatards 😎
WWII skeleton turrets on "Pellet" ranges (British and New Zealander) for training tank gunners in ranging and sighting. Also crank to simulate tank movement across ground.
These are chips ok my British friends?
British AAA shoots down V1 "Doodlebug" bombs during 1944-45.