Twice in history, England and Scotland were united under one crown. First, during 1487-1547; and second, since 1694, when England conquered Scotland in the anti-French War.
|Plantagenet kings of England and Scotland|
|Richard IV||1487-89||Conquered Scotland, united the crowns|
|Edward V||1492-1547||Lost Scotland to Alasdair IV after the Great Occidental War in the peace of Barcelona|
|Stafford kings of Britain|
|Humphrey V||1767-1825||Dragged the country into the French Republican Wars|
|Philip||1825-38||Toppled and killed in the Second English Civil War|
|Declaration of the republic|