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Eminent British Television Journalist David Dimbleby Presents This Seven Part Documentary TV Series On The History Of British–American Relations From The Beginning Of The First World War And Wilson To The End Of The Cold War And Thatcher, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS As An Archival Quality All Regions Format DVD, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! (Color, 1988, 7 Episodes Of 1 Hour Each.) #AnOceanApart #DavidDimbleby #UnitedKingdomUnitedStatesRelations #UKUSRelatins #AngloAmericanRelations #DVD #VideoDownload #MP4 #USBFlashDrive
Episode 1: Hats Off To Mr. Wilson (World War I)
Episode 2: Home In Pasadena (The 1920s)
Episode 3: Here Come The British! Bang! Bang! (The 1930s)
Episode 4: Trust Me To The Bitter End (World War II)
Episode 5: If You Don't Like Our Peaches, Quit Shaking Our Tree (Post World War II To The 1956 Suez Crisis)
Episode 6: Under The Eagle's Wing (Post Suez Crisis To 1970s)
Episode 7: Turning Up The Volume (The Falklands War And The 1980s)
United Kingdom - United States Relations: Relations between the United Kingdom and the United States have ranged from two early wars to competition for world markets. Since 1940 the countries have been close military allies enjoying the Special Relationship built as wartime allies and NATO partners. They are bound together by shared history, an overlap in religion, common language, legal system and kinship ties that reach back hundreds of years, including kindred, ancestral lines among English Americans, Scottish Americans, Welsh Americans, Cornish Americans, Scotch-Irish Americans, Irish Americans, and American Britons. Today, large numbers of expatriates live in both countries. In the early 21st century, Britain affirmed its relationship with the United States as its "most important bilateral partnership" in the current British foreign policy, and the American foreign policy also affirms its relationship with Britain as its most important relationship, as evidenced in aligned political affairs, mutual cooperation in the areas of trade, commerce, finance, technology, academics, as well as the arts and sciences; the sharing of government and military intelligence, and joint combat operations and peacekeeping missions carried out between the United States Armed Forces and the British Armed Forces. Canada has historically been the largest importer of U.S. goods and the principal exporter of goods to the United States. As of January 2015, the United Kingdom was fifth in terms of exports and seventh in terms of import of goods. In long-term perspective, the historian Paul Johnson has called the United Kingdom-United States relations "cornerstone of the modern, democratic world order". The two countries also have had a significant impact of the cultures of many other countries. They are the two main nodes of the Anglosphere, with a combined population of just under 400 million in 2019. Together, they have given the English language a dominant role in many sectors of the modern world.