History

Question

As early as the 1500s, European countries began to establish trading posts in India. By the 1800s, most of India was controlled by the British East India Company, which was a trade company. How did the indigenous people of India react to the European imperialism?

2 Answer

  • Europeans began building their empires in the western hemisphere in the early 1500s, but by the 1800s, Spain and Portugal were no longer powerful countries, and the largest British colony had become the United StatesBritainFranceGermanyRussia, and the Netherlands continued to colonize during this era, but they also devised other ways to spread their empires. In the late 19th century Japan and the United States joined the European nations as an imperialist power.
  • Answer:The people led several revolutions against foreign rule.

    Explanation:As early as the 1500s, European countries began to establish trading posts in India. By the 1800s, most of India was controlled by the British East India Company, which was a trade company. How did the indigenous people of India react to the European imperialism?

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