Administration of empires prior to 1973 (British and French)
They were several similarities and differences between the British and French empires before 1073. First, both empires took part in the slave trade, which involved enslaving Africans to work in their farms and factories. Both empires participated in mass killings of indigenous people who caused threats against them. Lastly, the British and French depended on raw materials and crops for income and funds to run their colonies. On the other hand, they differed in their settlement (Martin, 2020). British settlements were heavily occupied by people who helped in displacing indigenous people. Wealthier people occupied larger portions of the colonial settlements. The French Colonies had lesser settlers because they were used as trading grounds for furs with the Indians. Colonial settlements consisted of an integrated population.
Martin, J. (2020). The role of nitrogen in transforming British agricultural productivity production prior to and during the First World War. Global Environment, 13(3), 583-609.