Which Caribbean islands are owned by France?
Martinique and Guadeloupe
Some of the Caribbean islands, such as Cuba and Dominican Republic, are part of the Central America while other part of islands are owned by other countries which is USA, UK, France, and Netherlands.
Owned by the United Kingdom: Anguilla Cayman Islands Montserrat Turks & Caicos Islands British Virgin Islands Owned by the United States: Puerto Rico U. S. Virgin Islands Owned by the Netherlands: Netherlands Antilles Owned by France: Guadeloupe Martinica
The Netherlands, France, UK and the US possess the islands in the Caribbean Sea.
besides martinique and guadaloupe (french owned) Aruba (dutch owned) and 1 or 2 others owned by the UK that i can't think of ATM all the other islands are independent
Netherlands, UK and France.
Because the British would have owned islands there and it is an international language.
All within CARICOM... so basically all of them except Cuba, the US owned islands and the British owned islands
Four countries that possess islands in the Caribbean Sea are: United States, United Kingdom, France, and The Netherlands.
The four countries that have islands in the Caribbean sea includes France,Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the United States.
got the islands they wanted kept caribbean islands that france wanted
Great Britain, Denmark, Holland, France, Portugal, Spain and Sweden all colonized the Caribbean islands.
No where in the Caribbean is owned by the US ( besides the Us Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico) So therefore you need a passport to get to most places in the Caribbean.
La Guadeloupe and La Martinique are two French islands in the Carribbean.
France, the Netherlands, United Kingdom, and the United States possess islands in the Caribbean Sea. France and the Netherlands share possession of the Antilles, the United Kingdom possesses the British Virgin Islands, and the United States possesses the US Virgin Islands.
Some, such as the Virgin Islands, are owned by the United States. Others are part of Holland, or part of the United Kingdom. Some islands are independent.
Five countries that possess islands in the Caribbean Sea are the United States, United Kingdom, France, Netherlands, and Venezuela.
Many of the Caribbean islands were once foreign territories or Spain, The Netherlands, France, UK, US or the Dutch. Many of the islands are still part of those nations.
France, Britain and the United States control the most islands, but a large portion of island nations in the Caribbean are independent.
The islands that surround the Caribbean Sea are the Caribbean Islands. The Caribbean Islands comprise more that 7000 islands, 13 of which are independent countries.
Mainland France is located in Western Europe, but it has possessions in the Caribbean, namely the large islands of La Guadeloupe and La Martinique, and half of the island of Saint-Martin shared with the Dutch. Hence parts of France are located in the Caribbean even though France is an European country.
USA Great Brittan France Netherlands
France, Britan, Spain, and The Netherlands.
La Guadeloupe and La Martinique are two large French islands in the Carribbean. There are also smaller French islands nearby.
Islands directly under Dutch law: Bonaire, Saba and Saint-Eustatius. Islands with a form of independence within the Kingdom of the Netherlands: Aruba, Curaçao and Sint-Maarten.
the Caribbean islands was made up of what
There are no french Caribbean islands.
The islands are the Caribbean islands, mostly on the borders of the Caribbean Sea.
Jamaica and Barbados i think. Most of the British owned islands in the 17th century.
all the islands in the eastern Caribbean
The Caribbean Islands are in fact, landforms themselves.
many of the Caribbean islands are the tops of
Antilles, Jamaica, Bahamas,and the Caribbean islands
There are over 700 islands that comprise the Caribbean.
There is no queen of the Caribbean silly person.. However if you happen to find a british owned island then the answer to that is Queen Elizabeth and if u find any other islands owned by any other European country that still has a monarchy going then find out who the queen there is and you'll have your answer :)
kept Caribbean islands that France wanted
There are a few Caribbean islands that were once french owned however, through treaties and wars many of the said islands changed hands and became British. Examples of such islands are: Grenada, Dominica and St.Lucia. These islands still have places with french names for example: La Femme ( the Girl) Grenada and Vieux Forte St.Lucia.
name three islands in the caribbean sea
Yes the virgin islands are in the Caribbean sea
Because they are found in the Caribbean sea
The Caribbean in actuallity is a group of islands and mainland territories.
The UK, Holland ,Spain and France own domain over a very few of the Caribbean islands, however, most of the Caribbean countries are independent
There are two types of islands that make up the Caribbean. These islands include volcanic islands, as well as coral islands.
The Caribbean has more than 7,000 islands. Four of these islands are: Aruba, Bahamas, Anguilla, and the British Virgin Islands.
No; many are colonies of US, UK, France and Netherlands; but, by hypocrisy they are not called officially colonies.
No the caribbean islands seperate the Gulf of Mexico from the Pacific Ocean.
No, the Caribbean Islands are between North and South America.
there are no specific afro carribbean islands as all islands of the Caribbean as different racial groups within them however islands such as haiti and barbadoes has a large consentration of afro Caribbean people.
The Caribbean Islands are located in the Atlantic Ocean. Some islands are in the Caribbean Sea, part of the Atlantic Ocean.
No. There is a Caribbean sea though. The Caribbean is a group of Islands.