Your question: Were there any positives to the British Empire?

What were the positives of the British Empire?

English institutions, such as the common law, property rights security, contract enforcement, and banking and trading practices provided a positive basis for economic growth in the colonies that has persisted.

Was the British empire a force for good or bad?

For good or bad, the British empire brought people into contact across the globe, transformed trade and drove forward the growth of cities. In short, it made the modern world – whatever you think of that.

What impact did the British Empire have on Britain?

The British Empire grew the British economy, it traded their goods and all profits were sent to Britain. At first, they learnt the Indian language, wore Indian clothes, and were part of the community. but were always kept suppressed, never given well paid jobs and failed to help in times of famine.

Does the British Empire still exist?

Little remains of British rule today across the globe, and it is mostly restricted to small island territories such as Bermuda and the Falkland Islands. However, a number of countries still have Queen Elizabeth as their head of state including New Zealand, Australia and Canada – a hangover of the Empire.

What were the positive and negative effects of British rule in India?

What were the positives and negative effects of British rule on Indians? Positive: Improved transport, Farming methods, order justice, and education. Negative: Exploitation, destruction of local industry, deforestation, and famine.

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