Signed in 1840, the Treaty of Waitangi is an agreement between the British Crown and Maori. It established British law in New Zealand, while at the same time guaranteeing Maori authority over their land and culture. The Treaty is considered New Zealand's founding document, and marks the beginning of permanent European settlement. With the signing of the Treaty, British Governor William Hobson declared British sovereignty over New Zealand, and the colony of New Zealand was formally proclaimed on 3 May 1840. This resulted in an increase in the number of British migrants to New Zealand and, quite simply, expansion of the British Empire.
it was a good treaty.
Britain and Belgium had a treaty in which Britain promised to defend Belgian neutrality. Also, Britain had a good trade relationship with Belgium and didn't want Germany to have port near the English Channel.
Yes it was I think in or around the Norm Kirk Labour Government or the Lange labour government 1971 and 1982 respectively. pretty sure it has been changed back to Waitangi Day and that is a good thing
to get on Americas good side (APEX)
This depends on who you asked. The treaty itself, created in 1795, was between the United States and Great Britain. It is credited with averting war, resolving issues, and facilitating peaceful trade. However, the treaty was hotly contested by the Jeffersonian's in each state who feared that closer economic ties with Britain would strengthen Hamilton's Federalist party, promote aristocracy and undercut republicanism.
I don't thing it was a good idea. I think it's bad.
There are many factors which influenced the Maori to sign the Treaty Of Waitangi.The Maori signed the Treaty of Waitangi because the purpose of the agreement was to protect Maori land interests in exchange for recognition of British sovereignty. The Maori had no dispute over handing over ownership of their land to Queen Victoria as they were promised the right to occupy their land for as long as they wished, and to be given protection in return.It was too late to turn the Europeans away. Hone Heke said so on the day of the signing (6 Feb 1840) and he said that the Maori would be better off signing the treaty on good terms.Rangitiratanga (authority and control) was promised to the Maori people (in the Maori version of the treaty).The Maori thought they were getting the protection of the Britsh Crown and a personal relationship with Queen Victoria.They believed they had much to gain such as increase in trade; they were promised gifts and they thought they would gain power.They had nothing to fear because at the time Maori outnumbered Pakeha 50 to 1.Some Maori were keen to sell land to the Government and make money.
Well, The Treaty of Paris came before and after the intolerable acts. The Treaty of Paris (1763) was signed by France and Great Britain at the end of the Seven Year War (French and Indian War) that was the war that actually sparked the American Revolution. Great Britain thought it would be a good idea to get it's money back from winning that war and so decided to start taxing the colonists which finally led to British Parliament passing the Coercive Acts (Intolerable Acts) in 1774. The other Treaty of Paris (1783) was the treaty that was signed by Great Britain and the United States of America at the end of the American Revolution.
i am a very good singer and i am british so i think britian
Britain is good because England is also very good.
The Pilgrims made a peace treaty with the Indians.
we have signed the treaty for the rights of the lakes
No good, invalid.
The duration of Good Morning Britain is 3.42 hours.
The countries signed the Treaty of Paris as a formal sign of peace.
Britain had not planned on joining a war between countries on the Continent. It had no military alliances that would force them to aid any nation in a war. Had Germany gone straight into France, Britain may have never declared war or at least waited. But Germany went through Belgium, a country with which England had a defense treaty and good trade relations. In honor of that treaty and to protet that beneficial business, Britain joined the war on August 4, 1914.
Britain was a good place to do business with in the 1800s because of the immense business opportunities and ready markets in Britain then.
We need a treaty that includes all four of the parties that are involved in the current conflict. Here's another treaty ready to be broken.
The cancellation of the Reciprocity Treaty led to the Canadian Confederation, which was very good for Canada.
conclusion, treaty, agreement
This is not a very clear question. If you mean "was Britain justified in fighting WW 1" the answer is yes, because it was bound by a treaty to come to the aid of France. If you mean "did Britain put up a good fight in WW 1" the answer is also yes, since Britain and France stopped the German advance and by early 1918 had put Germany on the defense and in retreat even before the Americans joined in.
Britain had abundant sources of coal. Britain had a strong workforce. Britain had good transportation networks.
Britain is known for good music, fish & chips, and castles.
It encouraged Canada and Britain to trade more often. in my opinion it didn't really affect confederation but i think Canada was just trying to get in a good relationship with Britain so they can achieve confederation.
Made the peace treaty of 1964