NATIONALITY , a somewhat vague
See also:term, used strictly in
See also:law (see INTERNATIONAL LAW, PRIVATE) for the status of membership in a nation or state (for the conditions of which see STATE,
See also:ana in a more extended sense in
See also:political discussion to denote an aggregation of persons claiming to represent a racial, territorial or some other bond of unity, though not necessarily recognized as an
See also:independent political entity . In this latter sense the word has often been applied to such
See also:people as the Irish, the Armenians and the Czechs . A " nationality " in this connexion represents a
See also:common feeling and an organized claim rather than distinct attributes which can be comprised in a strict definition .
NATIONAL WORKSHOPS (Fr. Ateliers Nationaux)
i wondered if you can help? I seem to remember that the first Union Jack appeared in 1604/5 when James 1st of England aka James V1 of Scotland came to the English throne. At that time the language of the the court/ diplomacy was French it was called "union of james/ jacques" or something simular, could you clarify this? Thanks Ann
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