why did the British build record rooms in their administrative offices?

BRITISH BUILD RECORD ROOMS IN THEIR ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES - 
(1) SO THAT COULD BE EASY TO READ AND EXAMINE............
(2) TO KNOW ABOUT THE ACTIVITIES HAPPENED IN THAT PLACE............
(3) TO SEE THEM AFTERWARDS...........

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to preserve them aswell
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one of the most authentic sources of information for this period are the official records of British administration. The British administrators methodically recorded every plan, policy. treaty and agreement they made. The British preserved all the important documents. for this purpose they build record rooms in their administration offices so that it could be easy to examine and know about the place and to know what to do next.

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The british record rooms in their administrative offices because to know the activities done by them and easy to find them
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Because they want to preserve for long period of time
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