Essay On Indian Imperialism

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Throughout history, many nations have been subjected to imperialism. In particular, India and Africa have both seen their fair share of being ruled by another nation. Both these two regions had differing imperial experiences, much to do the aims of the imperialize to the independence movements indorsed by the native people. But, the imperial experience in India was much less destructive and more effective than the one in Africa.
The process of the subjugation in both India and Africa can be considered evil. Looking at Africa, eurpeon nations competed vigoursly to obtain a piece of the continent. It was so cometitve that the nations attented the Berlin Conference to set down ground rules to how to claim a nation. But how did these europeon nation subjugate such colonies. One example is when Belgium ifolonized the Congo; where they used brute force and dehumanized the natives to control it. In fact, if you did not meet the supply needs as demanded by Belgium, they would mutilate your body. Of course though, the colonization of
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In 1615, the Britain was granted the right to be Inidia’s only business for trading in return for treasures for the leader of India. The East India Trading Company already had many factories around India trading things such as cotton, silk, indigo, etc. When Britain passed the Charter of Renewel, the trading company really had the power to imperialize the country. From this, they recruited Indian soldier known as Sepoys to work in there militias, and began to take over the country with the Battle of Plassay and Buxar. In 1757, britian established rule in India under the East India Trading Company. They had a monopoly on all the trade going on India, and imposed ruthless taxes that were not flexible what so ever. From a military presence and the fact they controlled the economy of India and with a little bit of bloodshed were able to sunjugate the

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