British Imperialism In India

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As a result of industrialization and imperialism in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries, many European nations lay claim to parts of Africa, Asia, and other areas of the world. When the British tried to imperialize India, the colony and colonizer saw imperialism differently, both had positive and negative effects.

The colonization of India by the British saw both positive and negative effects. The British imperialized India to gain territory and to make money. According to document one Britain as the colonizer gained many natural resources from India. They also built markets to sell the goods and make money. Stated in document six, India supplied raw materials for Britain to use freely. Not only did India have valuable resources but India also had land, something the British felt they wanted at that period in time. British colonization of India had it's drawbacks for Britain. The entire rest of the world looked down on Britain, because they saw what they were doing to India and why they were doing it. Britain was not being fair to the Indian people. Indian people were beat...

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