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Sir Walter Raleigh left a significant trace in the history of England as a politician, poet, scientist, and, what’s the name of the game, an outstanding navigator. Actually, he became the organizer of a sea war declared by the Britons to the Spanish trade. The pirate fleet equipped by Raleigh, were watching the ships of the "Golden" and "Silver" fleets, attacked Spanish dominions in America, thus causing immense losses to the Spanish treasury.
Sir Stephen Redgrave is a renowned British rower, the winner of the maximum number of gold Olympic medals among all the Britons. The Commander of the Order of the British Empire and a Knight Bachelor. After the victory at the Olympic Games of 1996, Steve stated: "If anybody sees me near the boat, let him shoot me!". Nevertheless, he went on entering the competitions, and at the age of 38 won one more Olympic gold.
"Deutschland, Deutschland Uber alles..." - also known as "Das Lied der Deutschen" or "The Song of Germany", which became its national anthem after the Franco-Prussian War of 1870 - 71, was written in 1841 by a German poet Hoffman von Fallersleben.
"Mary Rose" is one of the biggest men-of-war of the King Henry VIII, a four-masted caracca was built in 1536. But it was not on the cards for the ship to meet the hopes associated with it; it perished without a battle in the haven... When the time came to leave the port, the caracca was so overloaded with the artillery that, not having born all the combat might of the British fleet, it lied down on the right board and sunk in a few moments... It's too bad, that Hermann, try as he would, couldn't have found this beauty at the bottom of the Thames, as in 1982 its remainders were buoyed up piece by piece...
Mr.Darcy (so much disliked by Colin Firth who played this role) is one of the heroes of a television drama, adapted by Andrew Davis in 1995 from Jane Austen's novel "Pride and Prejudice".
Bridget Jones, alias Bridget Jones’s Diary, a 2001 film, a screen version of the cognominal book by Helen Fielding, Colin Firth starring. The most interesting is the fact that the subject of the "Diary" repeats in details the plot of the novel by Jane Austin "Pride and Prejudice", up to the name of the main male character - Marc Darcy. Probably, Hermann not without purpose has filled with hatred towards this gentleman...