Posted: August 4, 2016 in anglo-saxons, english nationalism, history, king arthur
Although eastern and much of central Britain had been taken over by Germanic (ie, Anglo-Saxon) conquerors and settlers from what is now Germany and Denmark, much of the west of Britain (including Cornwall) remained under native British control.


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