Britain has historically been a world leader in all things nautical, whether consdering trade or naval power. Britain ran a triangle trade route between the Americas, Britain, and Africa during America’s colonial period (or more accurately, Britains’ expansionary period). During this period, Britain also seized control of a small but very significant country called Gibraltar, which is located at the bottom of the Iberian penninsula and is only miles away from Africa (Morrocco). Between Gibraltar and Morroco is a small canal of water, known as the Stait of Gibraltar. Any sea trade done between the Mediterranean and the rest of the world must go through the Strait of Gibraltar where it is taxed by the English government.
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