Britain in WWI

Britain in WWI

Britain, as a country of wealth, has proven itself on several occasions to be strong and powerful. It has created this reputation by being a world leader and one of the world?s largest industrial powers. Through morals, industrial revolution, and its Navy, Britain has been able to create a spectacular reputation which allowed it to align with others for protection and support, which in turn made its country the strongest it possibly could.
The industrial revolution is what made Britain what it is today, although, it was WWI that brought the British Empire to the peak of it?s expansion. Imperial contributions had considerably strengthened the British war effort, and victory brought Britain mandates over new territories such as Palestine, Iraq, and Germany territories in Africa. Britain was a major industrial country in the early industrial revolution, but the only problem was that their empire was scattered through out the world, where as Frances? empire was mainly based in the desolate reach of north and northwest Africa. Their industrial power was created in respect to the fact that they manufactured many goods, railroads, ships, heavy metals and other products. Their trading industry also contributed

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