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By Sneh Mahajan

A demanding research of British overseas coverage is supplied at a time while Britain possessed the largest Empire that humankind has ever identified. during this Empire India had a special place, comprising ninety seven in keeping with cent of Britain's Asiatic Empire. All British statesmen deemed it necessary to hold their carry over India regardless of the hazard or expense of doing so.
This paintings makes a speciality of facets which were hitherto marginalized. It additionally contributes to debates surrounding the origins of the 1st international battle, the multipolar international relations of the past due 19th century, and the character of imperial connections.

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