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Man On The Spot in South Africa Phoebe, Chloe and Lizzie
Cecil Rhodes 1870 Sent to South Africa to regain his health (he had TB). In 1880 he plunged into South African politics. In 1845 the British annexed Natal.
Leander starr Jameson The Jameson Raid the Jameson raid was a wild attempt, launched by men on the spot
Milner 2 nd Boer war Cant be seen as man on the spot, he was sent by government.
Sir Bartle Frere Attempted to create a federation between the 4 states. Sent in from India with a high reputation Decided to deal with the Zulus himself resulting in a defeat on the British force
Carl Peters German colonial ruler, explorer and politician- Prime mover behind the foundation of the German colony in East Africa. Plans to occupy St Lucia bay in northern Natal.
British EmpireFrance ItalyImperial RussiaAustria-HungarySpain PortugalGerman EmpireThe Netherlands Ottoman Empire Belgium.
CECIL RHODES AND THE BRITISH PRESENCE IN AFRICA BY CASSIDY GAZAWAY.
The invasion, occupation, colonization, and annexation of African territory by European powers. Annexation: When a country claims a territory.
Imperialism in Africa and India. Egypt and northern Africa Mohammed Ali.
The Scramble for Africa Europe competes for Empire on the Dark Continent.
Which had a greater role - the metropole or the periphery? Write down your answer and give a reason. The policy of confederation The British and Zulus.
CH 21, sect. 2 PP Notes East Africa: Both Germany and Great Britain tried to control this area. Germany wanted to develop colonies, Britain wanted.
South Africa Timeline Boers (Dutch settlers) claim land in Cape Town Zulu chief Shaka creates a large state north of Cape Town British take over Cape Town.
EMPIRE BUILDING IN AFRICA. 1. West Africa Europeans looked to this area for the raw materials. Trade in enslaved people had almost ended. Great Britain.
Dutch Landing in 1652 Shaka Zulu (1785 – 1828) Boers Clash With the Xhosa Tribes Boer Farmer.
Second Boer War C aim – to analyse why the Second Boer War happened and explain its course of events B aim – to analyse why the Second Boer War happened,
Industrial Revolution Source for Raw Materials Markets for Finished Goods European Nationalism Missionary Activity Military & Naval Bases European Motives.
Height of Imperialism Time period1880’s Focus: IMPERIALISM-seizure of a country or territory by a strong country Europe began to view.
The Scramble for Africa. King Leopold In the 1870s, the Belgian King Leopold sent emissaries to establish trade with native Africans in the Congo. This.
European Imperialism in Africa Devastation of Racism 1.
Why did the Second Boer War begin? C/D aim – to be able to explain why the second Boer War began B/A aim – to be able to weight the different factors why.
I MPERIALISM IN A FRICA J. Newman. W EST A FRICA Slavery ruled illegal by Great Britain & the U.S. G.B. annexed the west coastal states- 1 st. British.
The Scramble for Africa By: Taylor, Teresa, Alexander, and Daryn.
By Paige and Peyton The Zulu Kingdom TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.Where 2.Map 3.Culture 4.The Legacy of Shaka 5.Time of Troubles 6.Creating an Empire.
Section 2. Africa. Africa before Imperialism By 1880 only 10% in European hands Rivers not navigable until invention of steamboat By 1880 only 10% in.
Methods of Colonial Control: Sudan and the Boer War HIST 4339.
Imperialism in North Africa. North Africa North Africa Coast is made up of 4 Muslim States: Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia Libya and Egypt. North Africa Coast.
CHAPTER 17 Section 1:The Roots of Western Imperialism Section 2:European Claims in North Africa Section 3:European Claims in Sub-Saharan Africa Section.
C. The Scramble for Africa C. The Scramble for Africa 1. King Leopold of Belgium a. 1870’s, sent a mission into the interior of Africa *Establish trade.
African Resistance “The history of South Africa is a history of Africans, Dutch, and British clashing over land and resources.”
European Explorers in Africa 19 th century Europeans Map the Interior of Africa.
Resistance to Imperialism. Resistance to Imperialism Natives of Africa, Asia, and Oceania – Liked improvements made by imperialist rulers roads, railroads,
2 nd Lahore Light infantry. Fighting in Africa Two phases: knock out German offensive capabilities in Africa occupy German territories.
Imperialism in Africa. Imperialism Intense competition for colonies –In 1875 European Nations control 10% –By 1900 European Nations control 90% How?
Chapter 21 Section 2: Empire Building in Africa. West Africa Europeans were interested in; – Peanuts, timber, hides and palm oil. – Previous Europeans.
Imperialism & Colonialism: Objective: To recognized and assess how European imperialism and colonization changed the culture and political,
UNIT TH CENTURY IMPERIALISM. POLICY OF POWERFUL NATIONS TO DOMINATE AND CONTROL LESS POWERFUL NATIONS OF THE WORLD.
Imperialism BRAINSTORM!!!. SE Asia Portuguese- eventually leave –Violence, attempted to have monopoly over trade, disrupted peaceful interactions Dutch-
Gandhi. Mohandas Gandhi was born in 1869 in British India.
BRITISH COLONIES …in Africa… Romana Slámová – mcr-A1 Romana Slámová – mcr-A1.
Click Home French Colonial Expansion – Jules Ferry, French Prime Minister -Karl Peters, German explorer collected treaties in Lake Victoria region.
By; Chris Rodgers And Javonte Winston. South Africa leader Born in the Transkei in 1918, the son of the then Chief of the Temba tribe and Mandela received.
The Boer war is a war start between Boer person(Orange free state, south Africa republic) and British(Canada, New Zealand, Australia, England, cape.
Imperialism in Africa Part II. Imperialism Part II – Where? I.West and Central Africa A. The Congo 1. Stanley convinced King Leopold of Belgium to begin.
British The British people first arrived in on the Table Bay 17 March 1820.They emigrated to our country because there were offers of free land. In 1820.
+ “ New Imperialism ” The West and the World /2/
THE SCRAMBLE FOR AFRICA. 1. Note the three motives behind the European race for colonies. Raw Materials National Pride Christian Conversion Racism (justification)
The Boer War, : Reasons and Consequences.
The Scramble for Africa. New Imperialism Old Imperialism Trading outposts Areas keep control, must trade New Imperialism Formal gov’t structures Actively.
African Trade [15c-17c] Pre-19c European Trade with Africa.
B.A. FINAL PAPER-B UNIT-1 CHAPTER-1 PARTITION OF AFRICA Dr. Harmeet Sethi.
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