Our British History Index

A Force For Good at our "Bruce to Elizabeth: Our Great British Monarchy" Rally in Stirling on 25 June 2022.

The following Index brings together, in chronological order, all the articles and speeches on British History which we've published (so far) on this website.

Where noted, it also links to some of the articles which are published on our Legacy Site. Our Legacy site is our original site which ends ".org.uk". It was launched on 21 March 2012 and ran until 30 April 2018. We no longer publish on it but it remains online as a vital resources for authentic unionism and a valuable record of this period in British history.

Some of the history articles on our Legacy Site are scheduled to be re-published on this site. They are listed without a working link. Those links will be active when we re-publish them on this site.

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The main take-aways from many of these sections include the extent to which:

1. British unionism is disproportionately a Scottish innovation.

2. The idea of Britain as one nation, the idea of being a Briton, the identity of British, and a culture of Britishness, existed long before the Parliamentary Union of 1 May 1707, and even prior to the Union of the Crowns on 24 March 1603.

3. There were – and are – many reasons to support union.

4. The story of Britain is the story of union.


The 5,000 Year Old Union (Legacy Site)