By building military bases around the world, imperialist nations mainly aimed to resupply naval vessels.
The question is not complete since it does not provide the options to answer it, here are the options:
A) resupply naval vessels.
B) protect far-flung colonies.
C) initiate wars in several places at once.
D) avoid warfare within their own nation.
Imperialist Nations increase their dominion as well as making easier to move from one place to another keeping supplies in the military bases to have a strong and highly functional naval strategy, besides the imperialist nations make agreements with people who are willing to help them to assure the resupply of naval vessels in order to get benefits or security.
expand their land, and spread their culture, language, and people around the world, usually. Military bases heavily influenced the areas around them, and another advantage that could be gained from the influence of imperialism was the resources that could be extracted from the colony’s lands.
get more supply that they needed
The answer to the question: By building military bases around the world, imperialist nations mainly aimed to:, would be: Resupply their naval vessels so that military presence, and power, could be retained and the empires could reach their colonies and maintain control of them, at all times.
This tactic from imperialist nations, especially countries like Britain, was what allowed them to almost constantly retain control of their colonies, as far out as the Southeast Asian nations, without having much opposition. Naval power, and military presence, became one of Britain´s best sources to maintain their empire for such a long time. By establishing several military, and naval, bases around the world, the British Navy was able to supply their ships, but also the military forces that were left behind to ensure the safety of their colonies. This is why the answer given above is the correct one.
The right answer is protect far-flung colonies.
Military installations dispersed throughout the world from large bases that are true cities, to radar and telecommunications stations, are used for protection purposes. Those regions where the bases are located have become one of the important stages of the worldwide struggle for power, which obviously includes the dispute over strategic resources.
saint clair’s defeat, (november 4, 1791), one of the worst defeats ever suffered by u.s. forces in indian warfare, precipitated by british-indian confrontation with settlers and militia in the northwest territory following the american revolution. despite specific provisions in the treaty of 1783 for the evacuation of its forts on the northwestern border, britain had failed to yield these lucrative fur-trading posts. in hopes of reclaiming lost hunting grounds with british support, a northwest indian confederation was gradually molded between 1785 and 1787, consisting mainly of shawnee, delaware, ottawa, iroquois, ojibwa, miami, and potawatomi. kentucky frontiersmen reacted to this threat by initiating raiding parties on native villages as early as 1788, and indian warfare flared up the following year.
the answer is false.