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  • 1. Britain VS India
    • Hojoon Chun
    • Jiheon Kim
    Dennis Han Sujin Lee
  • 2. 1707~1857
    • Decline of Mughal Dynasty (Chaotic)
    • Britain break the trading partner relationship and used force to get power over India
    • Britain brought army to rule over India
    • Yet Britain partially interfered
    • East India Company ruled mostly instead of Britain
    • Mostly, Sepoys were the basic make up of British Army
  • 3. Sepoy Mutiny (1858)
    • Britain insulted Muslim and Hindu Sepoys by making cartridges of rifles with beef/pork fat.
    • 90 of soldiers disobeyed and rioted.
    • Delhi was soon captured by bigger number of Sepoy groups
    • Religious difference caused the mutiny to end.
    • Due to the mutiny, Britain ruled over India themselves, more strictly.
  • 4.
    • Positive
    • -Establishment of 3rd largest
    • railroad of the World.
    • (faster transportation, unity as a nation)
    • -Introduction of new technology
    • (Telephone, telegraph, dams, bridges, irrigation canals)
    • -Public health
    • (health service, school, colleges, putdown of local warfare)
    • -Finely finished goods
    • (clothes.. etc)
    • -Protection
    Negative -Humiliation -Limits for trading and producing goods. -Resources taken away -Loss of political power Influence of Britain on India...

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