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    • By: Maria Teixeira Duarte
      British Colonies and Terretories from 1800 to the Present
    • Coloneis
      Great britain has a tremendous list of colonies since 1800. This happens because in the 19th and 20th century the British Empire was on it’s highest peeks. In the following slides I’m going to name Britain’s Colonies from the 1800s to the present I’m just including the “complete” colonies, this meaning territories where britain had complete controll because other wise it would be endless but for a complete list go to:
      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evolution_of_the_British_Empire
      The British Empire started on the 1707 and collapsed on the 1990, as you’ll see only the Pitcairn Islands continued to be Britain's colony after the British Empire Collapsed. Even through there are still 14 colonies Britain doesn’t have complete control over them.
    • africa
      1856–1910 -Natal
      1884–1965 –Basutoland
      1874–1957 -Gold Coast
      1877–1884- Transvaal
      1888–1895- Sierra Leone
      1900–1910 -Orange River Colony
      1905–1962 -Uganda
      1906–1954 –Nigeria
      1910 -Cape Colony
      1920–1963- Kenya
      1964–1965- Bechuanaland
      1979–1980 -Zimbabwe-Rhodesia
    • North america
      1713–1867-Nova Scotia
      1769–1873-Prince Edward Island
      1784–1867-New Brunswick
      1812–1836-Assiniboia
      1841–1867-Canada
      1583–1818-Newfoundland
    • Central America and the Caribbean
      1628–1832 and 1832–1833-Barbuda
      1670–1953- Jamaica
      1671–1816 and 1833–1871-Leeward Islands
      1763–1802-South Caribbean Islands
      1784–1871 and 1962–1967-Dominica
      1802–1833 and 1962–1967-Grenada
      1802–1888 and 1889–1958-Trinidad and Tobago
      1803–1838-St. Lucia
    • Central America and the Caribbean
      1816–1832- Antigua-Barbuda-Montserrat
      1832–1833 and 1956–1958 and 1962–1967- Antigua
      1833–1956-Windward Islands
      1848–1874-Turks and Caicos Islands
      1885–1958 and 1962–1966-Barbados
      1956–1958 and 1962–1967-Montserrat
      1962–1969-St. Vincent and the Grenadines
      1967–1983-British Virgin Islands
    • South america, asia and europe
      SOUTH AMERICA
      1814–1831-Berbice
      1814–1831- Demerara-Essequibo
      1831–1961-British Guiana
      ASIA
      1937–1942 and 1945–1948- Burma
      EUROPE
      1960–1983-Akrotiri and Dhekelia
    • Australasia and the pacific
      1886–1906-New Guinea
      1874–1877 and 1877–1952-Fiji
      1976–1979-Gilbert Islands
      1976–1978-Ellice Islands
      1788- 1901-New South Wales
      1841-1907-New Zealand
      1887–1898 and 1970–1983- Pitcairn Islands
      1859–1901-Queensland
      1825- 1855- Van Diemen's Land
      1855- 1901- Tasmania
      1851–1901- Victoria
      1829–1832- Swan River
      1832-1901- Western Australia
    • Currently there are 14 overseas Terretories, these include:
      Anguilla
      Bermuda
      British Antartic Territory
      Britain Indian Territory
      British Virgin Islands
      Cayman Islands
      Falkland Islands
      Gibraltar
      Montserrat
      Pitcairn Islands
      Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha
      South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
      Sovereign Base Areas of Akrotiri and Dhekelia
      Turks and Caicos Islands
    • Map of the british empire
    • thankyou
      I hope you enjoyed