Is it D?
Britain was under political pressure to secure lucrative markets against encroaching rivals in China and its eastern colonies, most notably India, Malaya, Australia and New Zealand. Thus, securing the key waterway between East and West – the Suez Canal – was crucial. (Wikipedia)
no its a
Erm, your answer is wrong.
Stop giving direct answers @dmart180 -_-
its history, relax
It makes no difference what subject it is.
I was trying to convince the user of the correct answer until you ruined it all! ;(
that makes no sense whatsover. When did this subject become direct?
Wait... So Kyan, continue explaining please.
Well read the paragraph I got from Wikipedia about what India, Australia and other places belonged to.
I believe so
Haha, thanks for clearing that up @E.McCormick.
If you can remember that there used to be a lot of prejudice against Australia because the Brits used to ship their prisoners there and that Gandhi was rebelling against the Brits in India then you will have a bit of a clue that can come from stories that you might have a better chance of remembering.