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East India Tea company Rules
East India Tea Company
The Jewel in the crown
The East India tea company rules India with little or no interference with the British army. The East India tea company was so powerful that it had to have an army.
India was referenced to as Britain's brightest Jewel in the crown because it was Britain's largest supplier for raw materials and its largest market for finished goods. India could not operate on its own because of britans restrictions. Britans policys forced India to provide raw goods for manufacturing for the British.
During the year 1857 the Sepoys refused to work and 85 were jailed for this. On May 10, 1857 the Indians rebelled and captured the city of Delhi. As a result the British government took complete control of India's government. This made the Sepoys face racist attitudes from the British people.
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