History of The British Empire

British Empire, an overall arrangement of conditions — settlements, protectorates, and different regions — that cover a range of about three centuries was brought under the power of the crown of Great Britain and the organization of the British government. The strategy of giving or perceiving huge degrees of self-government by conditions, which was supported by the distance of the empire, prompted the improvement by the twentieth-century of the idea of a “British Commonwealth,” including to a great extent self-administering conditions that recognized an inexorably emblematic British power. The term was typified in resolution in 1931. Today the Commonwealth remembers previous components of the British Empire for a free relationship of sovereign states.

Origins Of The British Empire

Competition With France

Dominance And Dominions

Nationalism And The Commonwealth




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