Researchers found that Great Britain has invaded 90% of all countries, with only 22 never invaded, including Luxembourg, Mali, and Sweden. Invaders included explorers, pirates, and Roman soldiers. Examples of invasions include Cuba, France, and Iceland.
According to researchers, people from Great Britain have invaded 90% of all countries at some point in time. In fact, only 22 current countries have never been invaded by Britain, including Luxembourg, Mali and Sweden. Not all of these invasions were by the British Army. The 90% figure includes government-approved attacks and raids by explorers or pirates. Some of the invasions took place before Britain was a unified country and some of the invaders were Roman soldiers in Britain.
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Cuba was invaded by Britain in 1741, but the British army was forced to retreat due to disease and other complications.
Britain has invaded France more times than it has invaded any other country.
British soldiers invaded Iceland in 1940.