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The ice sheet that shifted from Scandinavia to Central Europe was massive. Measuring several thousand metres in diameter, it pushed rubble and debris across the continent to form Denmark and Northern Germany. Meltwater created a huge lake that broke through a chalk ridge connecting Calais to Dover, and separated France from Great Britain. France’s Channel coast emerged; Germany’s federal state rose from the ground. Europe truly is the gift of the glaciers.