anonymous
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the most important factor in the british conquest of india during the 18th century was the A. addiction of millions of indians to opium B. superiority of british machine guns C. political disunity in india D. willingness of the british government to pay for an invasion
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anonymous
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I believe its C- The Mughal Empire was in absolute chaos. The Hindus and the Muslim Mughals detested and distrusted each other severely. It shows in the Sepoy Rebellion where although the Indians successfully rebelled and nearly drove the British out, political disunity prevented them from succeeding.
anonymous
  • anonymous
C. political disunity in india
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C.political disunity in India

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anonymous
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c. i took the test its disunity of india

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