The British Empire included many of the colonies that as countries later formed the Commonwealth of Nations (British Commonwealth). The United Kingdom still includes England and most of the British Isles, but the Empire was effectively dissolved during the 20th century.
Remaining British Dependent Territories
The 14 sovereign possessions outside Britain were renamed as the "British Overseas Territories" in 2002. They are
Other Countries and territories of the British Empire(variously 1500-1997)
Afghanistan * protectorate 1839-1919
British America (United States of America)
British Cameroon (Cameroon)
British Guyana (Guyana)
British Honduras (Belize)
British Somaliland (Somaliland)
British Solomon Islands (Solomon Islands)
Ceylon (Sri Lanka)
Cook Islands (New Zealand)
Egypt * protectorate 1882-1922
Gilbert and Ellice Islands (Kiribati and Tuvalu)
Gold Coast (Ghana)
India (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh)
Malaya (West Malaysia)
Miskito (Mosquito) Coast (Nicaragua / Honduras)
New Hebrides (with France)(Vanuatu)
North Borneo (Sabah, Malaysia)
Papua New Guinea
Rhodesia (Zimbabwe and Zambia)
Sarawak (East Malaysia)
St Kitts (St. Kitts and Nevis)
Swaziland / Ngwane
Trinidad (Trinidad and Tobago)
Trucial Oman (United Arab Emirates)
Western Samoa (Samoa)
(see related map and historical links for complete list)
Quite a few the sun never set on the Empire
57 of them. not sure which ones but i read somewhere it was 57.
A lot of countries but some include Anguilla, British Antarctic Territory and a lot more
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In 1750, the British Empire held lands in what is now Canada, the US, several Caribbean island and Central American nations, several African nations, Bangladesh/India, and Ireland.
Which countries were part of the british empire in 1914?
The British Empire no longer exists.
Argentina, Chile and Peru were never in the British Empire
They were all part of the British Empire
All non British, countries, colonies, territories or protectorates were not part of the British Empire.
106 countries made up the british empire!
About 50 countries were part of the British Empire. The rest of today's modern countries either didn't exist at the time or were in a different Empire. Some were even independent.
Mexico, Paraguay, Argentina, Cuba, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Uruguay, Guatamala, Peru, Chile, El Salvador, and Bolivia once belonged to the Spanish Empire.
Click the link below for theTerritorial evolution of the British Empire.
Over 50 countries around the world were once part of the British Empire - too many to list here.
A 'Loyalist' , also known as 'Royalist' was somebody who remained true to the British Crown and Empire. The Loyalist Party was what they belonged to/
New Zealand, Canada, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, West Indies, Gibraltar, South Africa, Kenya, India, Zimbabwe, Australia and Guyana
the British empire was good because they got so many countries involved but some of these countries were unsatisfied about the way they were treat
The British Empire ruled more than a third of the world.
'Africa' did not become part of the British Empire. Some African countries were British colonies or protectorates and all later gained freedom as independent countries.
The countries were never owned by England. They were part of the British empire. The Commonwealth only has countries in it that were part of the British empirel It is only the countries that are involved in the Commonwealth that can participate in the games. Some countries that were part of the British empire have chosen not to be part of the Commonwealth, so there are some countries that were in the British Empire but are not part of the Commonwealth and so they do not participate in the games.
Because the are British
Lol? The Romans were WAY before the British Empire! They didn't destroy it, the British were forced to retreat from several countries, and as such simply started to allow the others to leave the Empire, as they couldn't fight all the countries.
At its height, about 50 countries were part of the British Empire.