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October 29 th, 2013 Agenda Warm-up Quiz Notes 21.1 Review Assignment OPEN NOTEBOOK and review your notes from yesterday There will be a short quiz over yesterday’s info to start class! Industrialization and Imperialism Homework No homework Essential Question How did the “new imperialism” lead European countries to colonize Southeast Asia? Relevance The experience of European domination and colonization in Southeast Asia is what led to future conflicts in the region during World War II and the Vietnam War State Standard MWH – 5.6 Analyze Asia's relationship with European states through 1900
European Colonization… of the World! Four Day Outlook TUEDSAY: Colonial Rule in Southeast Asia WEDNESDAY: Empire Building in Africa THURSDAY: British Rule in India FRIDAY: Nation Building in Latin America There will be a quiz everyday on the notes from class so keep them up-to-date!
The New Imperialism Why Colonize? 1.Asia seen as a new market for raw materials Oil Tin Rubber European countries expand colonial rule through imperialism Direct control over the land and resources of a foreign place
The New Imperialism Why Colonize? 2.European competition to have the “biggest and baddest” empire No room in Europe? Colonize the world! 3.Social Darwinism and racism Europeans view themselves as superior to colonized people Many thought it was their duty to “civilize”
Colonization Begins Great Britain Takes control of the important trade city of Singapore and Kingdom of Burma France Forces Vietnam to accept French “protection” from the British Empire United States Defeated the Spanish to takeover the Philippines
Colonization Begins Colossus of the Pacific Hawaii The Philippines
Colonization Begins “CIVILIZATION BEGINS AT HOME”
Colonization Begins What is the Exception in SE Asia? Thailand remains free from foreign rule during the era of European Colonization. Why? Thai leaders build good relations with the French and British gov’ts Convinced British and French to leave Thailand as a “buffer state” to prevent war
Indirect and Direct Rule (p. 651) Indirect RuleDirect Rule Provide a positive and negative effect for both types of rule as well as an example
Colonial Economies No Chance to Grow Europeans did not allow SE Asian countries to develop their own industries Export all raw materials back to Europe Working conditions and treatment of laborers a major issue for peasants Positive Effects? Europeans built transportation networks (railroads, highways, etc.)
Resistance to Colonial Rule Never Without a Fight King in Burma fought against the British before being defeated Vietnamese resist the French but are unsuccessful Success in the Future? Over time a new class of SE Asians become educated in Western-style schools Use Western laws to organize resistance movements focused on national independence
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