England's motto is "Dieu et mon droit." The origin of the motto is Old French and the motto means "God and my right." The motto was first used by King Richard I in 1198 at the Battle of Gisors after he defeated Phillip I... More »

The motto of the State of Mexico is inferred by the seal on the official coat of arms, which portrays the principles of liberty, work, culture and nation, according to the History Channel. It includes a border in Spanish... More »

The motto of the United States Army is "This We'll Defend." The origins of the phrase can be traced back to the setting up of the War Office of the Continental Congress in 1777 during the Revolutionary War. More »

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England has a temperate maritime climate. The Gulf Stream creates generally mild, maritime-influenced weather patterns, leading to England's rainy climate and resulting in a lush green countryside. More »

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England is located in Western Europe on the island of Great Britain. Politically, England is part of the United Kingdom, which is an island country. More »

England covers an area of 50,346 square miles on the island of Great Britain. Its area also includes a number of smaller islands off the coast of Great Britain, including Portland, Foulness and the Isle of Wight. More »

England is located on the continent of Europe. England also is a country of the United Kingdom. The countries that make up the United Kingdom are Northern Ireland, England, Wales and Scotland. More »