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1 AP World History Chapter 24 The Industrialization and Imperialism: The Making of the European Global Order

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3 Prototype: The Dutch Advance on Java Dutch Initially pay tribute to ruler of Mataram Take part in political rivalry Intervene in succession wars By 1750, dominate Males marry indigenous women

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5 Pivot of World Empire: The Rise of the British Rule in India British East India Company end of Mughal Empire Sepoys – Indian troops trained in European-style fighting 1757, Plassey Robert Clive defeats Bengal ruler British control Bengal Males marry indigenous women

6 The Consolidation of British Rule Mughal decline gives British opportunity Presidencies Capitals: Madras, Bombay, Calcutta Rest of India indirectly ruled

7 Social Reform in the Colonies British forced to take direct control 1770s, famine in Bengal British East India Company – Accountable to British government Indians excluded from administration Evangelical religion Social reform End to slave trade End to sati sought Watershed Attempt to reshape colonial society

8 Unequal Combat: Colonial Wars and the Apex of European Imperialism Mass-produced weapons Machine gun Railroads, steam ships

9 Industrial Rivalries and the Partition of the World,

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11 Patterns of Dominance: Continuity and Change "Tropical dependencies" Africa, Asia, South Pacific Europeans rule indigenous peoples Settler colonies "White Dominions" – e.g. Canada, Australia – Inhabitants mostly Europeans Second type e.g. Algeria, Kenya, Southern Rhodesia Large numbers of Europeans Large indigenous numbers – Increase over time Increasing conflict

12 Settler Colonies in South Africa and the Pacific, Relations varied Disease decimates in some cases Some native peoples Westernized Some more resistant

13 South Africa Afrikaners Enslave Khoikhoi British rule Attempt to end slavery Afrikaners resist – Move inland: Great Trek – Conflict with Bantu British more involved Afrikaners form republics Discovery of diamonds and gold Boer wars ( )

14 Pacific Tragedies New Zealand 1790s, first Europeans Alcoholism, prostitution spread Maoris adopt firearms 1850s, change – British farmers, herders arrive – Maoris pushed into interior – Adopt European culture Hawaii James Cook Prince Kamehameha – Westernization – 1810, rules Hawaiian kingdom – Disease devastates population Shift – Asian workers – American settlers – Push for annexation – Weak rulers pushed out – 1893, last ruler deposed – 1898, annexed by United States

15 Zulu Dawn 2/3 zm0H9L1BJE&feature=fvsr zm0H9L1BJE&feature=fvsr The East India Company elated elated The War File – The Boer War 1/6 ted ted The Boxer Rebellion


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