Pax Britannica

Latin noun phrase
Pax Bri·​tan·​ni·​ca | \ ˌpäks-bri-ˈta-ni-kə How to pronounce Pax Britannica (audio) \

Definition of Pax Britannica

: British peace used for the period of relative tranquility from circa 1815 to 1914 in the regions to which Britain's power extended

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