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Britain, France and other parts of Europe.
Britain, seen in the center left with the lights of various cities shining at night.[1]

Britain[2][3] is a region of formerly constituent parts of a defunct nation.[4]

The adjective for Britain is British.[5][2] A distinct accent was known to come from Britain.[6]


A snow covered Scotland.[7]

Topography and ecology[edit]


Known residents[edit]


London in the 26th century.
London under attack in the 26th century.[10]

18th and 19th-century[edit]

In the 18th and 19th-centuries, British colonies began to diverge from Britain itself, in one case leading to war.[11] At some point, the British constructed a training and refueling base on Diego Garcia due to the island's position near India, Pakistan, Hong Kong, and Africa.[12][13] During World War II, the British managed to crack a German code.[14]


In the 22nd-century, the Houses of Parliament were destroyed in an act of domestic terrorism.[4]

25th and 26th-century[edit]

By the 26th-century, the island of Iona, was part of the North Atlantic Protectorate.[4] As well, the cities of London and Edinburgh were a part of the European Union.[12][13]

During the Battle for Earth in the Human-Covenant War, London came under attack by Covenant forces.[10][15]

Following the Human-Covenant War, a collection of photographs by Jake Courage toured Britain.[2][3]

Government and society[edit]


Some form of nobility existed in Britain until at least the 25th or 26th-centuries, with Terrence Hood being a member. He would take the title of "Lord".[16][5]


Halo 2 and Halo 2: Anniversary[edit]

The southern coast of Britain as well as the nighttime city lights of London and other urban centers on the island can be seen on the levels The Armory and Cairo Station.


The Halo Experience Showcase, a race in Forza Horizon 4, is set in Britain albeit with a Halo ring in the sky.

List of appearances[edit]


  1. ^ Halo 2: Anniversary, campaign level Cairo Station
  2. ^ a b c Jake Courage
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m, Jake Courage: defunct, Archived
  4. ^ a b c Halo: Saint's Testimony, page 7-8 (Google Play)
  5. ^ a b Halo: The Essential Visual Guide, page 113
  6. ^ Halo: Ghosts of Onyx, chapter 16
  7. ^ Midnight in the Heart of Midlothian, Motion Comic
  8. ^ Halo Waypoint, Sergeant Mike Baird
  9. ^ Halo: Evolutions - From the Office of Dr. William Arthur Iqbal
  10. ^ a b Halo Infinite Multiplayer Season 1 Cinematic Intro
  11. ^ Halo: Evolutions - The Impossible Life and the Possible Death of Preston J. Cole
  12. ^ a b Halo Encyclopedia (2011 edition) - Earth, page 296-297
  13. ^ a b Halo Encyclopedia (2009 edition) - Earth, page 284-285
  14. ^ I love bees, Axon Clips, Chapter 4 - Herzog: "Enigma"
  15. ^ Axis Studios, Halo Infinite: "Focusing on the recollections of Spartan Commander Laurette Agryna, the trailer delves into her own heroic journey as a young girl caught in the crosshairs of a battle in the centre of London 2552 AD, her rescue by Spartans and her inspiration to become a Spartan herself." (Retrieved on Aug 31, 2021) [archive]
  16. ^ Halo Encyclopedia (2011 edition), page 73