there have been many instances that came up when Britain was regarded as the best naval power. in WW1 the Germans were agreeing to go to war but one of their officials stated that they needed time to prepare their navy for a battle with Britain. many times in history Britain has toppled or forced a country to their will because they used their naval army. like in Japan, when Britain wanted more trade ports in China, they sent one platoon through a river undefeated. The United States Navy is the most powerful naval force in the world today.
Britain's Naval power was a constant threat to his dream of Empire.
A large naval fleet allowed Britain to become a great power during the 18th century
Great Britain was named the Nation at Arms before World War 1 due to her Naval Power.
Great Britain was privileged with being an Island Nation and a World Class Naval power capable of force projection. Napoleon's Naval capability had been in decline for decades and could not reach parity without massive expenditure.
Spain was no longer a naval super power, which started to doom its overseas colonies in the Americas. Also, Britain became Europe's most advanced naval power.
Because of its massive naval power at that time.
Britain had imperial power over Kenya
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British naval power was almost unchallenged until 20th century
Fortress Britain could be defended by Superior Naval Power Alone, until the age of Flight.
The country that had great military power in the 1700's was Great Britain.
Both Britain and France challenged Spanish power in the Americas.
No Britain captured a quarter of the world and developed to a jewel in economy but Britain did not have much technology, it had power, strength and knowledge of how to develop.
South Africa is the power house of Africa and its also the most developed.
Rome and Carthage clashed over control of Sicily, Rome developed naval power to rival Carthage's, and defeated it, gaining power in the Western Mediterranean.
After the defeat of napoleon at Waterloo, Great Britain was a key power that replaced France. For a time Britain was unchallenged. Then Bismarck of a united Prussia and Germany became the main power on the mainland of Europe. Not to be deterred, the British relied on their naval power to continue to build their overseas empire.
They organized the country responsibly and developed the natural resources and industrial capacity.