Others lie beneath the waves of the English Channel, in the approaches to the invasion beaches.
Before long, passions come to a boil for them on both sides of the English Channel.
He had jumped overboard in the English Channel from the Calais boat, and his body had not been found.
"So that's the famous English Channel, is it," she observed, a moment later.
The English Channel is therefore a very effective dividing line between two peoples completely different in every characteristic.
Simeon's wife and two daughters were lost in the English Channel.
Approach A was used for traffic bound towards the western approach to the English Channel.
He is still, in all probability, crossing and recrossing the English Channel.
Just below the town the two rivers unite, and make their way through mud-banks to the English Channel.
Penzance is on the south, and faces the English Channel on the south.
Note: Its cold, choppy waters have been a popular challenge for long-distance swimmers.
Note: A formation of high bluffs on the British side of the English Channel is known as the White Cliffs of Dover.
Note: A tunnel under the channel connects England and France via auto-carrying train service.