Brittish imperialsm in india
Between the fifteenth and eighteenth centuries, European nations flourished. They gained control over a majority of the Western Hemisphere. From 1880 and 1914, Western powers set out to gain power in many places such as Asia, India, Africa, and the Pacific. The western European domination was known as imperialism. The Europeans believe that it was their God-given Europeans, but it ruined the lifestyle and took away freedom for the native Indians.
During the 1700s, a joint-stock company called the British East India Company was chartered by Queen Elizabeth I of England. The company's main o…
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