Who has time for boring history teachers? I surely don’t so I implore you to check out an uproarious series,”A True History of the Isles,” written by my friend Roger over in the UK.
To me, the series is Monty Python meeting your British Literature or History teacher!
Enjoy, and be sure to go back and read the full series 🙂
Please leave “likes” and comments on Roger’s Blog 🙂
Something of an Introduction
As the narrative has now reached the commencement of the 15th Century and has dealt mostly with the events and kings of England (with Scots’ interference) it is essential we now look back over the 14th Century and events in Ireland (with Scots’ interference), Scotland (with their own and English interference) and Wales (which, quite frankly went into a bit of a sulk).
In the spirit of fairness, equity (and mischief) a separate chapter will be given over to each nation. This is chapter is therefore simply an overview and background.
Of Disclaimers and Justifications
Whereas and hither to thereupon, any history of the Celtic races of these Isles is bound to cause offense to someone or other, in advance the author asserts the right to make harsh judgements and controversial statements on the grounds that he is:
Welsh and thus, apparently Celtic, so…
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