- May 2016
We can also recall the Celts (known as Britons in the Isles), the Romans (from different corners of the Empire), the Jutes, Angles, Saxons, Danish, Normans... that moved to the British Isles... and I forgot a few. Human history is full of migrations.One should always remember the Goths and Vandals, they were allowed into the Empire as immigrants and took over the shop; that is what is known as learning from history.
Otherwise history is an utterly useless subject, it's all about dead people.
Millions of Europeans migrated to America (the Continent) after the independence of the countries and yet they didn’t conquer (or reconquer) it. So immigration isn’t necessarily conquest.Conquest is not necessarily immigration, but mass immigration is necessarily conquest.