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English Channel - Wikipedia
The English Channel also called simply the Channel, is the body of water that separates southern England from northern France, and joins the southern part of  ... More »

English Channel | channel, Europe | Britannica.com


Oct 6, 2009 ... 10-6-2009 See Article History ... English Channel, also called The Channel, French La Manche, narrow arm of the Atlantic Ocean separating ...

Huge ice age river carved the English Channel | The Independent


Nov 29, 2009 ... A giant "super river" that carved its way through the chalky white hills connecting southern England to northern France about 450000 years ago ...

English Channel Map, English Channel Location Facts, Major ...


Detailed map includes history, location, size and depth of English Channel. Separates Great Britain. Map of English Channel by World Atlas.

English channel carved by huge ancient flood | Science | The ...


Jul 18, 2007 ... High-resolution sonar images of the English channel collected over more ... " Britain's identity and historical development was shaped by what ...

The English Channel Megaflood And How Britain Became An Island


Feb 6, 2016 ... For much of its 50 million year history, the English Channel—or La Manche if you are looking from the French side—would have looked less ...

Forming the Channel


Oct 5, 2007 ... ... the sea broke through the straits between Dover and Calais; forming the English channel. ... Channel ferries - history of crossing the channel.

English Channel tunnel opens - May 06, 1994 - HISTORY.com


On this day in History, English Channel tunnel opens on May 06, 1994. Learn more about what happened today on History.

Across the English Channel in a balloon - Jan 07, 1785 - HISTORY ...


On this day in History, Across the English Channel in a balloon on Jan 07, 1785. Learn more about what happened today on History.

English Channel - Infoplease


English Channel, Fr. La Manche , arm of the Atlantic Ocean, c.350 long, between France and Great Britain. It is 112 mi wide at its west.