The period of British rule in India was known as the:

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There can be many answers to this question.  If you are looking for a specific one that is out of a textbook or teacher instruction, consult your notes.  "Raj" is a good term.  The British referred to India as "the jewel in the crown," to describe how the British viewed the colony.  I think that other terms can be used to describe it, depending on the point of view one assumes.  For example, British politicians viewed the period of British rule in India as an excellent economic and political opportunity to continue their presence in South East Asia.  For...

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