How Did Britain Create A Better Africa

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Creating a Better Africa and India Throughout early world history most of Britain is seen as a major contributor to pushing the world forward in new policies, and ways of life. It is no surprise to see Britain make moves to expanding their own ideals of life in countries who would benefit Britain if they were to comply with change. Britain has always been out to make the surrounding areas be more like them. This is in fact the case in two separate countries of India and Africa. In the following paper I will analyze how Britain’s control helped create a more livable and enjoyable lifestyle for both India and Africa. Together both countries were able to prosper into becoming powerful allies with Britain. By transforming both, India and Africa, …show more content…
Following the enforcement of taxation came the abolishment of slavery in parts of Africa, as stated by James Davis during his first talks with Abina (Getz, 10). With British control came the passing of many more British laws as followed in Britain. The resulting problems were much of the control Britain had could not be controlled. We see in the case of Abina where slavery is outlawed but still practiced in much of the country. This may be due to the fact that slavery allowed for Britain to have cheaper trade with Africa. Which then allowed for Britain to gain more than they would have been able in trade with Africa. While British laws were imposed, enforcement of them may be seen as a fault of the British system in these countries. British officials knew individuals were breaking the law, it was advantageous for Britain to ignore. Never the less Britain remained in control of the two counties and imposed laws as though they were a fellow British …show more content…
Both countries are rebuilt to make Britain into a stronger standing than they already are in. With that means that Britain will continue to stand over them and force further control as needed. While controlling Africa and India has led to much disruption of the two, it also proved to be more beneficial than expected. . By transforming both, India and Africa, Britain was able to hold a tighter leash on trade, spread policies as followed in British law, and create a sense of British home life in these two countries. Without the controlling of India and Africa Britain may have never been able to become the powerful country they were able to become which may have led much of Western Europe down a path of chaos and loss of

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