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French for 'God and my right'

Found on th Royal Coat of Arms for the United Kingdom.

Used by Henry V, because he spoke French and was also the King of France.

First used by Richard I in 1198 as a password, where he defeated Phillip II at The Battle of Gisors; Richard believed that he owed his Kingship to no other, than God.
Dieu et mon droit - UK
by carl willimott May 13, 2007
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