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Sources of Countries Resources, Imperialism, In the 16 and 1700 s the. America s and some of Asia was, colonized by European. In the 18 and early 1900 s these, same European countries. focused on Africa and Asia, This started the period of. Imperialism, Imperialism the extension of a, nations power over other lands.
Ex Britain controlled India, The Sun Never Sets on the British. Examine the map below and then, decide what the title means. Reasons for British success, Since the industrial revolution their factories. produced the largest amount of manufactured, Strongest Navy in the world allowed them to. safely transport goods around the world, Successful government of colonial empire.
Competing countries, By the late 1800 s other countries began competing with. Britain for colonies and resources around the world. Germany and the U S were Britain s biggest economic. competitors which caused Britain to focus more on extracting. resources from colonies, Other countries followed Britain s colonial success and desired. The French and Dutch expanded their holdings and by. 1900 France had an empire second in size only to Britain s. Spain and Portugal attempted to build new empires in. Austria Hungary moved into the Balkans, Russia expanded into the Caucasus Central Asia and. Two non European countries the United States and Japan. also became involved in overseas expansion during this. Both the U S and Japan were interested in East Asia. The U S was also deeply tied to Latin America 6, Imperialism in. South East Asia, France French, Indochina Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.
Britain Burma, Malaya New Guinea, and Australia, U S Philippines. Methods of Colonial Control, Protectorate A political unit that depends on. another government for its protection, Ex Puerto Rico is protectorate of the U S 51st. Direct Rule Local leaders are removed from power, and replaced by leaders from the mother country. Ex France in Indochina, Indirect Rule The Imperial country would cooperate.
with local leaders of the colony and allow them to. maintain some power, Ex Dutch in the East Indies, Imperialism of the U S. In 1898 the U S defeated the Spanish SP, American war. With this Victory The U S took control of, Spanish colonies Philippines Puerto Rico. President McKinley thought the U S should, also civilize the rest of the world. The U S also took control of Hawaii during, this time period.
The Panama, The Panama Canal was, built by the U S A. through the newly, independent country of, The canal saves almost. 7 000 miles of a trip, from New York to L A, The U S lease of the. canal ran out in 1999, Panama Canal Authority, The Monroe. President James, Monroe warned, European nations not to.
interfere in the Western, Hemisphere, He was trying to protect. the independence of, the new countries and, also the dominance of. the hemisphere for the, Sepoys Indian soldiers, hired by the British East. India company to protect, the companies interests, Sepoy Mutiny 1857. Sepoys revolted against the, British The British put.
down the rebellion and, brutally massacred those, This Sepoy mutiny is also. called the First war for, independence, The Jewel in the Crown. India was seen as, Britain s most valuable, Why India had almost. 300 million people, Britain saw it as a huge, market for its. manufactured goods, Benefits of British Rule in India.
More Roads Schools, and transportation, More Hospitals and. better sanitation, Better quality of goods, British Cloth. Less Warfare, More efficient, government, Costs of British Rule in India. Loss of culture, Loss of religion and way of life, European Racism and mistreatment of Indians. INDIANS BEGIN TO CALL FOR CHANGE, INC Indian National Congress.
Imperialism in Africa America and Asia 1800 1914 1 Sources of Countries Resources 2 Imperialism In the 16 and 1700 s the America s and some of Asia was colonized by European countries In the 18 and early 1900 s these same European countries focused on Africa and Asia 3 This started the period of Imperialism Imperialism the extension of a nations power over other

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