What did the British gain from taking over Australia?
they gained land
They did not have a great deal of choice. at the time of federation the relationship between Britain and Australia was such that Britain had nothing to gain by enforcing its influence over Australia. as Australia was controlled by people of British decent. The Australians produced goods that were exported to Britain at a good price for Britain where they were value added. In effect the most economical way to deal with Australia was to… Read More
The British took convicts to Australia since they had no room in prisons in England.
Australia has gained complete independence from Britain. This was a long process, beginning with Federation, when the six states came together as one federated nation, under an Australian Prime Minister. As a British Colony and later a British Dominion Australia gradually gained more and more autonomy. It did not achieve full independent Sovereignty until 3 March 1986, when the Australia Acts came into effect, terminating all British jurisdiction over Australia.
They came by boat.
it was a situation for the colonists because the british were taking over the colonist
the British and the Indians America's over the control of the 13 colonies and to gain more land
British empire taking over
the british did not suceed in taking over the colonies. they controlled us, but the Americans rebelled and fought back, winning eventually. Now America is free from Britain. If the British had taken over the colonies, the Americans would be Britain right now.
Australia did not take over Britain. Britain actually took over Australia originally and formed colonies on that continent. Later, the Australian people moved away from British rule.
australia was invaded and taken from the aboriginal people on the 26th janurary 1788
because they were the vanguard of the complete take over of Australia by British forces.
seven years' war
he gained power by taking over england and stuff like that
Before it became its own country, Australia was the furthest part of the British empire. The British ruled over the far off land in much the same way they ruled over their other lands, with government and laws meant to benefit the crown.
Well I mean they just took over
the british were growing concerns about other countries getting to australia first and to expand their empire to be dominant over enemies
British Isles, British West Indies, Canada, British Guiana; British West Africa, British East Africa, India, Australia, New Zealand
A company's taking over its suppliers and distributors and transporation systems to gain total control over the quality and cost of its product.
The Europeans gained control over the Native Americans by taking their land and their important riches.
In 1770, James Cook claimed the east coast of Australia for Britain. In 1788, the first convicts arrived.
yes they did they fought against the British because the British tried to take over a lot of countries and states.
They were dispossessed hunted down and thousands of them died as a result of the diseases imported with the British.
Australia was originally used as a penal colony by the British government in the 18th and 19th centuries. Over 165,000 convicts were transported to Australia between 1786 and 1868.
The main reason the British continued to establish colonies in Australia over a decade after the First Fleet landed was to consolidate the British claim to the entire continent. Colonies were established in Van Diemen's Land (now Tasmania), South Australia and Western Australia to prevent the French from making a claim.
The Australian division in Malaya-Singapore was surrendered to the Japanese forces. The Japanese Navy moved south and bombed Australia. It was not threat of war, it was war because Australia had army, navy and air forces as part of the British defences of the South East Asian territories which Japan was attacking and taking over.
by taking over city states and helping make better weapons
They wanted to stop the French from taking over their colonies
In modern history no one has had dominion over London other then the British Rome
because it was cool
Japan tried to harm Australia and takeover other Pacific Island nations around Australia. The Aussies, Brits and Americans were able to keep the Japanese from taking over Australia and booted them out of the islands.
Gandhi is The father of our Nation (India) and other freedom fighters from India helped gain that's why we Indians celebrate 15 August Independence day and republic day when India became a republic and and the British stopped taking over India. and that is who Gandhi is.
The British ruled Australia because they were the ones who colonised Australia. Australia did not achieve self-government until federation in 1901, and even that was still subject to British rules and guidelines, to a lesser and lesser degree, right up until the Australia Acts of 1986. Although the Constitution of the Commonwealth of Australia came into effect at Federation, this did not mean that Australia was now independent of Britain. When the UK approved colonial… Read More
At first Australia was used as a penal colony. In 1787 Captain Arthur Phillip left England with eleven ships and over thousand prisoners bound for Australia. In 1850 gold was discovered in Australia.
Sudden gain in weight can be caused by over eating and lack of exercise. It can also be caused by taking antidepressants, some prescription medications, and digestive issues.
No wars were fought over Australia. The British were quick to defend their new territory from the French, who withdrew completely peacably when confronted and persuaded to forgo any interests in Australia. The Dutch had no real interest in the continent, either.
Australia is a federal monarchy which came from British origins when the British settlers came in through history, Australia is a commonwealth country and follows queen Elizabeth II. The federal government has more power than the state government and they can make laws which creates precedent over the whole of Australia.
Mahatma Gandhi found in salt a powerful symbol that could unite the nation. To unite the people, Gandhiji sent a letter to Viceroy Irwin stating eleven demands. The most stirring of all was the demand to abolish the salt tax. Salt was something consumed by the rich and poor alike, and it was one of the most essential items of food. Mahatma Gandhi declared that the tax on the salt and the government monopoly over… Read More
No. Over a period of about eighty-five years last century, Australia made its gradual progression from British colonial outpost to complete independence.
Weasels occur all over the world, except Polar Regions and Australia
How many union jack butterflies are alive in the rainforests all over Australia and are they endangered?
The Union Jack butterfly is named after the British flag. It lives in New Guinea and Australia. They are not endangered as of 2014 and can be found all over Australia, from the tip of Cape York to Mackay.
To gain power and a larger influence over the world. Without the British Empire, we wouldn't have most of the technology, medicines, Etc. That we have today, most of the money went into the army and scientific research.
because the Zulu nation was not happy with the British taking over their lands.
The British and French were fighting over the colonies, with the British defending their colonies and the French trying to gain more. In the end the French lost all their holdings in Canada, and some holdings in the Carribean.
English explorer James Cook claimed the eastern coast of Australia in 1770. The first permanent British colony was established in 1788, and at this time, the British claim was extended further west. However, the western third of the continent was not claimed by the British until 1829.
1918 for women aged 30 & over 1928 for women over 21 (The same voting rights as men)
Yes. They settled in it, colonised it, developed it, populated it (in addition to the existing Indigenous populations and immigrants from other places), ruled it, controlled it, taxed it, traded with it and made laws about it for over 150 years. The British Monarch is still the Queen of Australia. All the capital cities of Australia (save Canberra) are developed from original British settlements. The national language of Australia is English, and the Union Jack… Read More
What were the three issues that caused conflict between the british and french in north America in the 1700s?
The British and French struggled to gain control over North America during the 1700's. The main issues for conflict included passage to tributaries and rivers (which served as international routes), gain over who will control the fur trade, and maximization of land possession.
Anguilla has never gained independence OR statehood. It has been a British Overseas Territory for over 400 years.
The people of India revolted and after WWII India was granted their independence