After the Americans and their allies won the Revolutionary War against the British in 1783, relations between the two nations were abysmal. But today, the United States and the United Kingdom have a “special relationship.”
So when, exactly, did the trans-Atlantic cousins become friends after all that tea was dumped in the water? Pretty quickly, experts say, even if it wasn’t until much later that the relationship achieved the geopolitical importance it enjoys today.
Subscribe below to be notified when we post new content. You’ll receive an email asking to verify your request. Once that is done, you’re all set. Welcome to Moteventure!
NEWS STORIES & LINKS THAT ARE HELPFUL, INSIGHTFUL, INFORMATIVE, AND (HOPEFULLY) ENJOYABLE TOO.
IMAGE CREDIT: NETFLIX
IMAGE CREDIT: JEFF MINTON
IMAGE CREDIT: JUSTIN METZ
IMAGE CREDIT: EVERETT COLLECTION
IMAGE CREDIT: DANIELLE DALY
Honestly, I’m pretty sure these 5 would apply to any age!
NEW – WHAT I’M READING – Memory Man (Amos Decker, #1) by David Baldacci (goodreads.com)
IMAGE CREDIT: GRAND CENTRAL PUBLISHING
The first time was on the gridiron. A big, towering athlete, he was the only person from his hometown of Burlington ever to go pro. But his career ended before it had a chance to begin. On his very first play, a violent helmet-to-helmet collision knocked him off the field for good, and left him with an improbable side effect–he can never forget anything.
CHECK OUT PAST BLOG ENTRIES BELOW FOR MORE GREAT ARTICLES AND INFORMATION: