The French in their eighteenth century AD

The French in their eighteenth century AD

The French in their eighteenth century AD

The French meeting in IndiaMash left the factories of Bantam, Surat and Mausalipattam in the early part of the century. 1800 to 1820. The condition of the French continued to deteriorate. Hawker changed in 1820 when the French company was reorganized. It was not until 1842 that the French had any political agenda. He set out to establish an empire in India after the arrival of Dupleix. The French came to this country when the English merchants were in a strong position in trade and commerce. In this situation it became difficult for them to survive in the competition of the English. Because the French, according to other European powers. Ashe dreams of establishing an empire. As a result, the French clashed with the English. Of India. This is the beginning of a new chapter in history. The Political Condition of the Indian Subcontinent on the eve of the Anglo-French Conflict The political history of India changed dramatically in the mid-eighteenth century. The weakness of the Mughal Empire led to the creation of several independent kingdoms in the Deccan. These states were politically unconnected and at odds with each other. 


The merchants of Europe strengthened their trade base 

taking advantage of the weakness of the kings of the kingdoms. They eventually became political forces. The Anglo-French conflict in Europe and America culminated when the English and the French engaged in trade competition in India. In India, the two companies competed to show their strength. The Anglo-French conflict escalated when the two companies began to interfere in Indian politics, taking advantage of the weak Mughal power and the infighting between the native kingdoms. Moreover weak in the eighteenth century. The regional independent states of the Mughal Empire provided for the development of agriculture and industry on their own initiative. As a result, the wheel of the Indian economy as a whole continues to move. Due to this, the European merchants who came to India became very competitive. Shekhar Bandyopadhyay said, “At that time there were a lot of resources in different parts of India. The English and other European merchants came to this country because of the attraction of those resources. European merchants naturally competed for dominance over such a wealthy subcontinent. "First Carnatic War: The War of the Austrian War began in 1840 on the European continent. At that time the British and the French established secure trading posts at Madras and Fort St. David, and at Pondicherry. But if the British authorities do not agree with him, there is a conflict. The presence of the navy is a new chapter in the Anglo-French conflict in India This is the beginning. The English naval commander did not dare to fight with the French navy. So he left the British trading post in Madras unprotected by the British


Go to Hooghly with the fleet

 

The French in their eighteenth century AD

La Budan captured Madras on this occasion. He disagreed with Dupleix when he wanted to return the massage to Lee Ingres, the appropriate compensation. As a result, La Burden left India with a fleet. Dupleix, meanwhile, promised to capture Madras and hand it over to Nawab Anayar when La Bourdon's Madras attack was stopped. But after the victory of Madras, Dupleix denied it. Dupleix did not agree with Buran's proposal and kept Madras under his control. He is the Nawab of Katar. Annoyed, he sent a large force against the French. But in the battle of Mylapore or Santum, the French forces suffered a crushing defeat at the hands of a small army. Encouraged by this victory, the French started dreaming of expanding the Indian Empire. Dupleix then failed to attack the English at St. David Doug. The English also failed when the French attacked Pondicherry. Later, in 1848, the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle of 1748 established peace between the English and the French in Europe. The conflict came to an end.

Second Carnatic War: Dupleix forced the English to return Madras to Europe under the terms of the Treaty of Ilyasapal. But in his heart he was reluctant. Nevertheless, he had to obey the orders of the French government. Shortly afterwards, a new opportunity arose for Dupleix. With the death of the Nizam of Hyderabad in the latter part of 1848, the political situation in the Deccan became more and more complicated. In Nizam's second letter, there was a conflict between Nasir Jangi and his grandson Muzaffar Jang. On the other hand, after the death of Nawab Dost Ali of Karnataka, between Anwar Uddin and Chad Sahib, son-in-law of the previous Nawab. Conflict of power arises. Due to the conflict between the native kings, Dupleix sought to increase his influence. The rise of the French influence and prestige made the English jealous and fearful. In the conflict over the inheritance of Hyderabad and Karnataka, the British verbally supported Nasir Jung and Anwar Uddin, but practically did not help. But. Fearing an increase in the power of the French, they sided with Muhammad Ali, son of Nasir Jung and Anwar Uddin. As a result, a public war broke out between the English and the French. The Anglo-French War broke out in the Deccan without the permission of their respective governments. Meanwhile, with the help of the French.


Mr. Chad attacked the English asylum seeker Muhammad Ali at Trichinapalli

As a result; The British fought against the French on behalf of Nasir Jang and Muhammad Ali. Nasir Jung in a very short time. With the help of the British, Mr. Chad was deported to Pondicherry and Muzaffar Jung was captured. Nasir Jung. Within a few days he was killed by an assassin. As a result, the French put Muzaffar Jang back on the throne of Hyderabad. Holding. Sadly, a few days later, in 1751, Muzaffar Jung was killed by an assassin. In this. The influence of the French in the south is under threat. Busi, the French general, was the third son of Nizam without wasting time. Salabat Jung ascended the throne of the Deccan and stationed himself at Hyderabad with his army. As a result. The influence and prestige of the French multiplied in Hyderabad. An employee named Rubber Clive was put in charge of the English disaster in the Deccan. Clive's extraordinary heroism, military tactics and intelligence. With the conquest of Orkut in 1751, Mr. Chad and the French defended against the invasion. Clive then won the battle of Aran and Kaberipak against the French. Mr. Chad and the French general to surrender or. Be. Mr. Chand was brutally killed after surrendering. Muhammad Ali with the help of the British


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