Who colonised swaziland?
Colonial rule (incomplete) was established by Great Britain between 1902 and 1968. Early in King Mswati,s reign the British were asked to protect Swaziland from continuous Zulu raids. At this time the Transvaal Boers settled in the Kingdom. In 1906 the Transvaal Colony took over responsible government
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Well the pilgrims colonised America in the early 1587s
What is colonisation?
Swaziland is a small country in south-eastern Africa, landlocked by South Africa and Mozambique..
Australia was colonised with the arrival of the First Fleet fromBritain, on 26 January 1788. The convicts and officers of the First Fleet arrived at thelocation they were mea…nt to settle, Botany Bay, on 18 January 1788.However, due to the bay not being as promising as they had been ledto believe, they travelled north 8 km and settled in PortJackson , arriving there and raising the British flag on 26January 1788. This is the official start of the colonisation ofAustralia.
One advantage of colonization is species being able to migrate frompoverty stricken places to more resourceful communities. Anotheradvantage is coming from local extinction to… regions where they canintergrate.
france thats why they speack french
Swaziland was a protectorate of the UK and Ireland from 1902 until independence 6th September 1968
Tunisia was colonised by fraance in 1881
Depends where you are travelling from
Australia was colonised by convicts from England. The choice was made to send convicts to Australia so that the English could establish a physical presence in the South Pacifi…c - and also to alleviate the problem of severely overcrowded prisons in England. The very first European settlers in Australia were the convicts, marines and officers of the First Fleet, a group of eleven ships which departed England in May 1787 and arrived in New South Wales in January 1788.
the british were growing concerns about other countries getting toaustralia first and to expand their empire to be dominant overenemies
The colony of the Moreton Bay District (Queensland) was founded in 1824 when explorer John Oxley arrived at Redcliffe with a crew and 29 convicts. The settlement was establish…ed at Humpybong, but abandoned less than a year later when the main settlement was moved 30km away, to the Brisbane River. Another convict settlement was established under the command of Captain Patrick Logan. On 10 September 1825, the settlement was given the name of Brisbane, but it was still part of the New South Wales territory.
No. Nepal never colonised. It is one of the few asian coutries thatnever colonised. The British East India Company was trying tocolonise it but they could not beat Nepalese so…ldiers however Nepallost 1/3 of their land in a treaty called Sugauli Treaty.
Iran has always been been an imperial power as opposed to a colonial power, so while it has had periods of expansion (with numerous former kingdoms in its empires), it has nev…er had colonies. Iran still has a territorial dispute with United Arab Emirates over three small islands in the Persian Gulf (Greater Tunb, Lesser Tunb, and Abu Musa), but this is not colonization as they form an integral part of Iran.