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For quite a long time now, it has been a big problem and even a misconception that British empire and the British blood extends its dominion all throughout the world. It is not a question of power of some sort rather it is a question of identity. Whatever happened then to the consolidation of Welsh, Scotland and Ireland It is known from the very beginning of this consolidation that Scotland in itself is self-sufficient, the rest that were mentioned however can be better described as striving…

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If we are questioning identity, then perhaps it is not proper to talk about how the empire talks of the great European question rather the commonwealth of these three so called nations if that will be correct. How can such an empire stand if until now, it has still no clear view of what an Empire should be and or how it should be perceived by the surrounding nations. As of now, Canada, Australia and some parts of Africa are seen to be an extension of the empire's blood.
In on way or so, it is also proper to say that somehow, empire has an impact in the Britishness of the people. People will ask how exactly did it form an imperial and national ethic and is the wrapping of flag to these three nations even worth it Others say it is just a propaganda, others say the empire is trying and haggling over this goal to reach unity for identity. Dennis Judd from the University of London in his article entitled Britain: The Land Before Hope and Glory stated a very significant message as he tried to describe this longing for identity and the search for unity. To be clear, he said:
The Celtic involvement in the British imperial mission was, however, often ambival ...
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