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Dominios Colonias Finales XVIII

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Map of colonial rule the world in the late eighteenth. This map shows the British colonial possessions, Portuguese, Spanish, French and Dutch in the world.

Dominios Colonias Finales XVIII

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The historical phenomenon of colonisation is one that stretches around the globe and across time, including such disparate peoples as the Hittites, the Incas and the British. European colonialism, or imperialism, began in the 15th century with the "Age of Discovery", led by Portuguese and Spanish exploration of the Americas, and the coasts of Africa, the Middle East, India, and East Asia. During the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, England, France and Holland established their own overseas empires, in direct competition with each other. The end of the eighteenth and early 19th century saw the first era of decolonization when most of the European colonies in the Americas gained their independence from their respective metropoles.