By Barbara Harlow,Mia Carter
Tracing the beginnings of the British colonial company in South Asia and the center East, From the Company to the Canal brings jointly key texts from the period of the privately owned British East India corporation in the course of the crises that resulted in the company’s takeover by means of the Crown in 1858. It ends with the momentous beginning of the Suez Canal in 1869. executive proclamations, army studies, and newspaper articles are integrated the following along items by means of Rudyard Kipling, Charles Dickens, John Stuart Mill, Karl Marx, Benjamin Disraeli, etc. a couple of files chronicle arguments among mercantilists and loose exchange advocates over the competing pursuits of the country and the East India corporation. Others offer money owed of imperial crises—including the trial of Warren Hastings, the Indian uprising (Sepoy Mutiny), and the Arabi Uprising—that spotlight the human, political, and financial charges of imperial domination and control.
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Archives of Empire: Volume I. From The East India Company to the Suez Canal: 1 (Archives of Empire ;) by Barbara Harlow,Mia Carter