The British are good people
British Imperilism in India
- The British coming to India was good because the gave order to India once they came. The british kept India under control which I thought was very friendly of the British to do.They said "this country is out of control so lets come in and say that we wanted to help you and your counrty". No other counrty would have done that because they where too mean, so they would have just let it crumble so that they could takeover India themselves.
- They created the first government of India that made it much stronger than it was before they got there. Without a government it could have been anarchy. The government helped India grow as a country because that government created the laws that controlled daily-life India.
- There also created the third longest railway network in India.This helped the people get around more easier then it would to walk everywhere. The rail roads helped India because it made it easier to travel around India. It was a good convenience for poor people because if you didn't have a job you could drive a train.
- They improved the schools and collages so that the students can get a better education. The students could learn a lot more and could better the future of India and themselves.The British brought the English language to India which is now the first language in India today. They learned everything from English to Science in which the British where famous for at the time.
If you disagree with the fact that the British helped India then think about next couple of facts that I am about to tell you...
- The rail roads help unity other regions of India. It helped all the small towns all over India come together, as one country should. Smaller town could join the bigger communities India.
- The sanitation and public health improved.The streets were more cleaner not a lot of people were getting sick and spreading diseases all over India. The foods were more cleaner and healthy to eat.
-Irrigation works on a very large scale and have brought 30 million acres under cultivation.