The British Empire was made up of all the British Colonies.
A centralized empire is a vast empire that has a single base power and several colonies. A strong example of this is the British empire. The British empire was ruled by the British parliament and Queen of England, however it had several colonies that made up the empire.
All non British, countries, colonies, territories or protectorates were not part of the British Empire.
yes it did i gave the british power and make it easy for the colonies to fight the battles
The British had colonies in North America, Africa, Australia, South America, and Asia.
At the British Empires Height it had colonies on EVERY continent in the world!!!! That is why there is a phrase saying "The sun never sets on the British Empire" that phrase was obviously said because there was always a piece of land which was controlled by the British empire in sunlight
The 13 American colonies split from the British empire with the Declaration of Independence. The Declaration was signed on July 4, 1776.
it allowed the colonies to become their own countries as a part of the British Commonwealth
No. They only traded with those within the british empire.
A policy of taking colonies and building an empire is known as imperialism. An example of imperialism would be the former British Empire.
The British empire had many colonies. Some of them had been penal colonies. For example, there are America and Australia.
one of the three types of colonies that existed in the British Empire during its heyday.
There is no longer a British Empire (if there ever was such a body). New Zealand is a member of The Commonwealth, a group of nations many but not all of which were former colonies. Some members never were British Colonies.
the sun never set on the british empire because britain had many colonies around the world.
To match the growth of the British Empire</zzz> They feared the growing strength of the British Empire.
to suck up
they were both in the revolutionary war
I can direct this answer to the American colonies of the British Empire. The most important benefits of being part of the British empire involved security and trade. Any serious military threats from such nations as Spain or France were negated by the American colonists by the armed forces of Great Britain. Also, sea trade was also protected by the vast navy of the British empire.
If you mean the British colonies in America, they were the 13 original states. If you mean the colonies of the British Empire, there were over 50 of them, too many to list here.
Some of the reasons the American colonies declared their independence from the British empire:The colonists were heavily taxedColonists had no say in their own affairsParliament made their laws
There have been a few different Self-governing colonies in the British Empire. One that comes to mind is Southern Rhodesia, known today as Zimbabwe.
Not currently. New Imperialism was a policy of the British Empire from the early 1800s to the early 1900s. The British Empire set up many colonies throughout Africa during that time.
wealthy landowners and merchants
counteries which were colonies of british empire