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To understand the relationship today between America and the UK, and this with Europe, we must first begin to understand where it all began. European hegemony of the nineteenth century was due mainly to Great Britain who was able to establish its power in global trade. At first the European countries represented a great power, new advances in new forms of trade, which emerged in Britain and later developed in the rest of the world, gave to Britain and Europe in general a place countries favoured over other economies. The increasing specialization of the British economy was clearly reflected in the rapid increase in the importance of the foreign trade for the country.
In 1880 the possession of the industrial, manufacture and export of machinery index of power represented, including England, Germany and the U.S. were the main exporters. These three countries increased their power through a monopoly until the First World War broke out. And in 1913 changed the order of importance of nations to be Germany, the United States and Britain. After the war, England had achieved its obj…