anonymous
  • anonymous
3 factors that helped Britain become a global power in the 1700's?
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I know one only....it's their ability to trade globally and maintain those trade routes like for example they controlled india so they would take tea from their ship it to different parts in Europe and USA and get money which then they will use in India and other parts to grow tea again and sell it back so really their money was circulating in their own kingdom... I'm not sure that really help you but I thought of just throwing it out there in case it might help you...good luck!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sea power plus industrialization (not as we know it, but lots of "cottage industries") There was also currency reforms and credit ... call it banking. Britain was the first country in the world to become industrialized,they invented and started world trade and the industrial revoloution,it was done by boat and sea.

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