Why was north America an important country to the british empire?
Because it was full of natural resources, coal, oil, gold. And had lots of space for expansion and plenty of food to accommodate people and get their taxes. In short it's a good money spinner.
The Revoloutionary War is seen by Americans as a patriotic Victory for them,but is seen by the British as a draw and majority of the world as a draw. Things to remember in the Revoloutionary War are.... America tried 5 times to remove the British form the U.S.A but failed. They then went away and started Americas first Army wich was trained and lead by British troops who had turned on there own country. Then…
Who has been the world's most powerful reigning country longer United States Britain Roman Empire Persian Empire who?
The British Empire was the largest empire the world has ever seen. it spanned rite around the globe and was said " the sun never sets on the British Empire" British had 5 Empires in total over the years but there last Empire was the biggest in History. The longest lasting Empire was the Roman Empire. America has never had an Empire! The Roman Empire lasted longer than the British Empire but the British Empire…
America was never "taken over" by the British. It was actually originally a set of colonies in the new world that were made by the British. They sent people from Britain to settle the new world and these settlements eventually became what is America today. America did, however, break free from the British empire by way of the Civil War.
The British Empire still comprises 14 sovereign territories of the United Kingdom. Its total land mass is 6 times larger than the UK itself. India was the largest populated country in the empire. The British Empire included Canada, Jamaica, India, Pakistan, Australia, Egypt, Kenya, Ireland, Suriname, Afghanistan, Normandy, America, Hong-Kong, New Zealand, Burma, Nepal, Blize, Bahamas and Grenada.