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For questions regarding the overseas empire established by Britain, beginning with England's overseas colonies and trading posts in the late 16th and early 17th centuries, and reaching a quarter of the Earth's land surface by 1922. Domestic British questions should be directed as United-Kingdom, Britain, England, Scotland, Wales, or Ireland depending on the subject.

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The British Rulers of India were basically racist people. There existed hoaxes and pseudo-ethnologies. They had based the recruitments to their forces explicitly from these group of people. The Wikipe …
answered Jun 21 '15 by Rohit
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Another factor is, that if you look down the Indian history, Strangely, a feeling, or motion of decentralization has always been prevalent. That makes the suppression way easier. Most other things ha …
answered Jun 12 '14 by Rohit
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During the period around Independence, India, under Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel's program to unite the subcontinent, was getting Princely states to accede to Union of India. There were around 570 Prince …
asked Feb 8 '15 by Rohit