Which of the European powers was most successful in world exploration?

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December 1, 2015

 

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Unfortunately, they either failed, became abandoned, or were taken by other rival European powers. But this worked out well for them in the end, seeing as this was just a little bit of money lost, compared to the other European powers who lost so much, that the mother country felt the strain. Since the Dutch lost colonies, it was able to avoid major war that the other European powers waged...
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The French and Indian war was a major blow to the French colonizing efforts. Also, the English and Spanish feuded over the New World, the English wanted the riches the Spanish were getting from South American and Catholic Spain felt threatened by the English protestants and the England’s sea power...
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