Why Did They Build the Great Exhibition?

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The Great exhibition was built to symbolize the industrial, military and economic superiority of Great Britain. The British people felt it was important to show their achievements alongside the less civilized countries. The events leading to the exhibition were prompted by the success of French Industrial Exposition of 1844.
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