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Written by a former National Geographic employee who also proudly served in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Humans first came to Great Britain around 700,000 years ago; however, the first sucessful settlement was only 12,000 years ago. The reason was because the ice sheets from the Ice Age would constantly push people out. The move-in and move-out occured seven different times!
Be sure to read the hyperlinks as National Geographic provides fascinating details.