"Jerry Friedman" wrote in message
> What was made up for some 119 years later?
At first I thought it might be the omission of Berwick-upon-Tweed from the
Treaty of Paris, which ended the Crimean War. However I can rule that out
on three counts:
(1) the supposed gap was 110 years (1856 to 1966);
(2) the story appears to be an apocryphal one, since Berwick wasn't
mentioned explicitly in the declaration of war either;
(3) the subject line isn't relevant.
But it's a good story anyway.