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  • curprev 04:54, 4 May 2023Overlord talk contribs 28,879 bytes +28,879 Created page with "Paul Jennings coined the term 'Anglish' with his three articles entitled '1066 and All Saxon'. They were published in the British satirical magazine 'Punch' on the 15th, 22nd, and 29th of June 1966, and were written for the 900th anniversary of the Battle of Hastings. The following is a transcription of three essays. == Part One == '''Paul Jennings rewrites history in the language we should have had if the Normans had been defeated at Hastings; or so he and William Barn..."