explane the effcat of world war forest of india

Asked by Rabindra | 4th Jan, 2016, 08:33: PM

Expert Answer:

World wars affected the Indian forests. Trees during the wars were cut down to meet the war requirements of Britain. The working plans introduced by the British into India for scientifically managing the forests were abandoned by the government and trees were ruthlessly uprooted for their own war interests.


Answered by Social Science Expert | 5th Jan, 2016, 01:05: PM

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