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North America Canada, the U.S
The Caribbean Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Trinidad & Tobago
Sub-Saharan Africa Botswana, The Gambia, Ghana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Namibia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa

SW Asia and N. Africa Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait,Palestine, Qatar, Sudan, UAE, Yemen
South Asia Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
SE Asia Brunei, Burma, Malaysia, Singapore
Australia and Oceania Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, Tuvalu
Irland, Scotland, England, whales, island of man,
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When did Great Britain become a country?

In 1707, the Acts of Union brought together England and Wales with Scotland making Great, (or Greater), Britain. Great Britain isn't a country. It's the island that England, Scotland and Wales share. You're probably thinking of the 'United Kingdom' which isn't a country either.

What countries did Britain colonize in Africa?

Egypt, for one And Nigeria, as well. South Africa,Botswana,Zimbabwe,Zambia,Malawi,Kenya,Uganda,there could be more. Correction North America Canada, the U.S The Caribbean Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, St. Kitts & Nevis, St. Lu (MORE)

What are the neighboring countries of Great Britain?

The name Great Britain is used to describe an area within the United Kingdom. The description refers to the countries of England, Scotland and Wales. This means that Northern Ireland (which is a part of the United Kingdom) and Ireland would be the closest countries. Of course across the English C (MORE)

Why did Great Britain colonize Ghana?

It is believed that Great Britain colonized Ghana due to itslocation and civilization. They were located at what was consideredan ideal location for trading, and they were attracted to theirnatural resources and civility.

Which country is not part of Great Britain?

Other than England, Scotland and Wales, every other country in theworld is not part of Great Britain. What you may be thinking of isNorthern Ireland being a part of the United Kingdom along withGreat Britain. Northern Ireland is on the separate island ofIreland.

What countries make Great Britain?

Great Britain, or United Kingdom, is composed of four main parts. - England - Wales - Scotland - Northern Ireland England is the centre of the Kingdom. There are also dozens of islands owned by the United Kingdom, such as Gibraltar, Falklands and so on. But they are not considered main (MORE)

What countries are part of Great Britain?

England, Scotland, Wales are on the island that is known as Great Britain. Northern Ireland is part of the United Kingdom but it is not part of Great Britain as some people think. It is on the island of Ireland which is a separate island.

Is Great Britain a country?

No, Great Britain is an island containing England, Scotland andWales. It is the largest island of the British Isles. It is part ofthe country called the United Kingdom of Great Britain and NorthernIreland. Lots of people use 'Great Britain' when they really shouldsay the UK.

When did great Britain colonize New Zealand?

In 1840, Britain formally annexed the islands, and New Zealand's first permanent European settlement was established on 22 January 1840. New Zealand was initially part of the Australian colony of New South Wales. It became a separate colony in 1841 and became self-governing in 1852.

Which country is a member of commonwealth but not colonized by Britain?

Nearly all members of the Commonwealth of Nations were at one time under British Jurisdiction, by realm, colony, dominion or protectorate. Two nations however are member states, that do not fall into this category, Mozambique and Rwanda. Mozambique and Rwanda were nations that were under Frenc (MORE)

Why did Great Britain colonize Egypt?

Because the Egyptians had the Nile River and the Nile Valley (fertile areas, good to grow crops) and they had many good crops. . No. Britain colonized Egypt so that it could build the Suez Canal.

What are the places colonized by Great Britain?

Look at a map, pretty much most of it at one time or another in the last few hundred years. And if it wasn't the British then that's really only because the French/Dutch/Spanish/Belgians, etc got there first hence the multitude of regional wars between the big colonial powers.

When did Great Britain colonize Canada?

Great Britain colonized Canada for many reason but the only reason i no off hand is that they wanted even beautiful women do they brought there men to Canada so they could have beautiful babies to bring back to Britain

What countries in Africa were colonized by Britain?

Gambia, Ghana, Nigeria, Southern Cameroon, and Sierra Leone; Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania (formerly Tanganyika and Zanzibar); South Africa , Northern Rhodesia (Zambia), Southern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe), Nyasaland (Malawi), Lesotho, Botswana, and Swaziland. The Sudan, formerly known as the Anglo-Egyptian (MORE)

Why is Great Britain a rich country?

It broke from Rome early and kept the money It plundered Spanish Galeons from the New World by Piracy It had/has creative people eresulting in it being the first to the Industrial Revolution It built a very powerful navy under Henry 8th and continued by Elizabeth 1st enabling it to control the (MORE)

Is Great Britain part of a country?

Great Britain is part of the country known as the 'United Kingdom' or as it's more formally known The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. See related link for more details.

What country is part of Great Britain?

Great Britain is comprised of England, Scotland and Wales. When Northern Ireland is added, the country then has its full name of The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

What countries is Great Britain close to?

France is one, but only from the very bottom of Great Britain, the port of Deal is about 25 miles away from the border of France, not very far away at all! . Norway is another but Great Britain isn't extremley close to it, just its neighbour.

What countries is Great Britain composef of?

Great Britain consists of England, Scotland and Wales. The United Kingdom additionally includes Northern Ireland. The British Isles incorporates southern Ireland and all the small off-shore islands.

Which country colonized Britain?

No country ever colonised the whole of Britain. The Romans colonised part of England and the Vikings colonised small parts of Scotland.

Are Great Britain and Britain the same country?

Yes, in practice. Although Britain (from the roman Britannia) refers to only England and Wales. The term Great Britain comes from the Act of Union 1707 and refers to England, Wales and Scotland. Passports are issued for the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

What countries made Great Britain?

The island known as Great Britain consists of England, Scotland andWales. It is not the same as the United Kingdom, which alsoincludes Northern Ireland.

What type of country is Great Britain?

Great Britain is an island situated off the north west coast of Europe consisting of the countries of England, Scotland and Wales. Along with Northern Ireland it forms the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom is a unitary state governed under a constitutional monarchy and a parliamentary system, with (MORE)

Who did Great Britain colonize?

In Queen Victoria's reign Britain had conquered quie abit of the world and In Queen Elizabeth I reign to. Britain colanised New England IN the USA and most of Austraia and New Zeland but owned alot of othe rcountries like India.

Is Great Britain a multiparty country?

The United Kingdom is made up of the countries England, Scotland, and Wales. It is a multi party system with a parliamentary government. Our two largest parties ate the Conservatives (also called the 'Tory' party), and the Democrats (Whigs- though you rarely hear this term now). The Queen has no rea (MORE)

Great Britain is in what country?

Great Britain is a landmass and the largest island of the BritishIsles. Great Britain houses the countries of Scotland, Wales andEngland and also forms part of the sovereign state (and country init's own right) known as the United Kingdom of Great Britain andNorthern Ireland (or U.K. for short).