Anytime. We down here in the South are quite well-known for our “Southern Hospitality”. And I’d imagine that you(an Englishman) could teach me(an American) a thing or two concerning the American Civil War.
And BTW, my fathers ancestry comes through Prussian and English lineage. The Prussian(German) side is no doubt why we’re so tall, slender, and dark-haired. There is a “Castle Harwell” somewhere in Germany.
As far as the English side, I believe the town where your Nuclear reasearch area is called “Harwell”.
One of my Dad’s (true) war stories is that just prior to D-Day, my Dad was soo bored of being cooped-up and doing only the same routine that he jumped at the opportunity to drive to their HQ for supplies. On the way they passed a sign that indicated “Harwell-3 miles”(or so). My Dad naturally wanted to make a quick diversion to see “his” town. His Sgt. said “OK, but on the way back”. Then, when they got to HQ, they learned that D-Day was starting and they’d better “high-tail it” back to base without the supplies. He never got to see “his” town of Harwell, England.
Are you the least bit familiar with it?
To continue with your line of thinking, how do the English people Today generally feel towards the U.S. in light of our WWII efforts in assisting your country, especially regarding our “friendly invasion” of England with our “Yanks”?