Motivations and Executions of European Countries
European nations had different motivating and executing factors which depended on their political and religious differences. French was motivated by the acquisition of extra trading posts from colonizing North America. The Dutch were concerned about the fur trade and creating better connections with their colonies. Besides, the Spanish and British focused on the fur trade, settlement land, goal and other natural resources. During execution, the Spanish lost it after losing wealth dominance for the North Americans, contrary to their imaginations (Fradera, 2018). The British practiced slavery to establish their colonies where they created wealth in running their operations. The Dutch and French colonized North Americans in cool methods which ensured their interactions and relationships were intact. European powers were focused on acquiring commercially viable colonies though they acquired them in different ways.
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