1. The English Channel Crossing Association was set up at about this time to cater for unorthodox crossings.
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5. The English Channel was more successful in 54 BC, but Britain was not fully established as part of the Roman Empire until completion of the invasion by Aulus Plautius in 43 AD.
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6. In more peaceful times The English Channel served as a link joining shared cultures and political structures, particularly the huge Angevin Empire from 1135 to 1217.
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