BY 1888 Britain had secured control over northern Borneo and commanded the eastern part of the South China Sea. This was the culmination of fifty years of involvement in the area. During the 1840s and 1850s that involvement was hesitant and faltering. But after i860 it became a definite movement toward domination ...
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