On Friday, June 11, 2017, the United Kingdom will celebrate its centenary of its victory over the Germans.
This is the third time in the last 50 years that the British and American armies clashed in World War I. But this is the first time that the date will be updated.
This year, the UK and the United States will both celebrate their 100th anniversary.
But the British are still a long way from having their centenary.
And they’ll be celebrating it on July 11.
The first day of WWI was June 8, 1918.
At the time, the British were fighting to hold onto their independence from Germany.
The Americans were fighting on behalf of France, while Britain was fighting on the side of the Allies.
But in the end, the Germans were victorious.
The battle of Verdun on June 8 ended the war in Europe and brought an end to the First World War.
In 1918, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill said: “The German Empire will not be broken, but its foundations will crumble.”
The first British Prime minister to sign a declaration of war on Germany, Winston Churchill, signed the declaration on June 1, 1918, a day before the British fought their first major battle in World Wars I and II.
That was at Passchendaele in northern France.
The British had only about 200 soldiers in the area at the time.
By the time the declaration was signed, there were around 40,000 Allied soldiers and hundreds of thousands of allied casualties.
As soon as the British started to move into the countryside, they were met by the Germans who were advancing on the city.
They were being chased back by an Allied force.
The city fell to the Germans on July 5.
After that, the Battle of the Somme was fought between the British 2nd and 3rd armies in April 1916.
The German army was composed of around 20,000 soldiers, according to the British government.
At least 4,000 British and French troops died in the battle.
The Germans won the battle, but the war ended in 1918.
But, at the end of the war, the French were the only nation to regain its independence from the Germans, but it took another two years to do so.
The next war was World War II.
Germany, the most powerful nation in Europe, led the attack on Britain in 1945.
The United States, the third largest country, came to its aid with the support of Britain, France, the Soviet Union, Japan and Italy.
The Soviets were allied with the United Nations.
The war lasted from December 1941 until the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.
This was the second war between the United Empire Loyalists and the Nazi Party.
The third war between Britain and the Soviet union was the Cold War.
After the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in 1979, Britain and Russia became a nuclear power.
The Cold War ended in 1991, when the Soviet-American nuclear arms reduction treaty was signed.
The current war between Russia and the West over Ukraine and the annexation of Crimea is the Cold Wars Great Game.
The conflict was fought in the Crimea, Russia’s Black Sea peninsula, in March 2014.
The Crimean peninsula, which is part of Ukraine, has been part of the Russian Federation since the 19th century.
The annexation of the peninsula was in violation of the Minsk agreements that were made between Russia, Ukraine and Belarus in 2013.
The agreement included the creation of a buffer zone around the peninsula.
Since the beginning of the Great Game, Britain, the European Union and Ukraine have agreed to a ceasefire in the Black Sea.
On June 15, Ukraine is set to hold a referendum on joining Russia, a move that will bring the crisis to the front of the public agenda.
The referendum is set for June 18.
However, a separate referendum on whether or not to join NATO will take place on June 27.
The Great Game continues with the upcoming NATO summit in Wales, Wales, on June 25-27.