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$100 $200 $300 $400 $500 VocabAfricaIndia ALL MIXED UP ThisN’ThatCauses&Consequences
C1-$100 Causes-100 Causes-100 Pride in one’s nation was one major cause of Imperialism. Nationalism
C1-$200 Causes Causes - $200 One of the most important causes of Imperialism was due to factory production of goods, also known as Industrialization
C1-$300 Causes Causes - $300 Due to the mass production of goods, colonial powers needed these to continue to sell their products markets (for trade)
C1-$400 Causes Causes - $400 Loss of land and life as well as some gains in health and literacy were the result of imperialism for… Africa
C1-$500 VIPs VIPs - $500 Colonies were generally viewed as a sign of country’s relative power
C2-$100 Vocab Vocab - $100 Policy that provided for colonies’ needs but did not give them full rights Paternalism
C2-$200 Vocab Vocab - $200 A powerful nation seizing control of a poor nation in order to control its’ resources is an example of… Imperialism
C2-$300 Vocab Vocab - $300 Theory that those who are the fittest for survival enjoy wealth and success and are superior to others Social Darwinism
C2-$400 Vocab Vocab - $400 An interest in or taking of land for its strategic location or products For double points give an example Geopolitics Crimean War
C2-$500 Vocab Vocab - $500 Racist belief that Europeans were the superior race and had a duty to control weaker nations White Man’s Burden
C3-$100 Locations of Rule Locations of Rule - $100 Meeting where European nations established rules for for the division of Africa without consulting African rulers Berlin Conference
C3-$200 Locations of Rule Locations of Rule - $200 Two main reasons why western nations wanted lands in the Pacific Rim Natural resources and location
C3-$300 Locations of Rule Locations of Rule - $300 The main cause of inadequate food supplies in Africa during European colonization Cash crops, such as cotton
C3-$400 Locations of Rule Locations of Rule - $400 War between Dutch settlers, British, and Africans over the control of South Africa Boer War
C3-$500 Locations of Rule Locations of Rule - $500 The U.S. gained this territory after the Spanish-American War Philippines
C4-$100 India India - $100 India was known as the “jewel in the crown” because... It was Britain’s most valuable colony
C3-200 India India - $200 Indian soldiers hired by the British East India Company Sepoy
C3-$300 India India - $300 Name at least 1 cause of the Sepoy Mutiny Famine, Nationalism, Resistance to British Rule
C3-$400 Africa Africa - $400 Which two African nations remained free of Imperial Rule as of 1914 Ethiopia & Liberia
C3-$500 India India - $500 List three positives of British control in India railroads, communication, health care, schools, waterways, sanitation, roads
C4-$100 All Mixed Up - $100 The Boxer Rebellion happened in this country China
C4-$200 All Mixed Up All Mixed Up - $200 This is a method of control in which the natives do not have rights or the ability to run their own government. direct control
C4-$300 All Mixed Up All Mixed Up - $300 19th century English Social Darwinist would say that a nations power is proof of its... Superiority
C4-$400 All Mixed Up - $400 Industrialization allowed this nation to focus their resources on their military and colonial expansion in Asia Japan
C4-$500 All Mixed Up All Mixed Up - $500 China was forced to sign this agreement that required them to open up five ports to foreign trade Treaty of Nanjing
C4-$100 This N’ That This N’ That - $100 He was the leader of the Revolutionary Alliance that overthrew the last Chinese Emperor Sun Yixan (Yat-sen)
C4-$200 This N’ That This N’ That - $200 Why did U.S. businesses want to annex Hawaii to the United States Sugar could be sold for a higher profit
C4-$300 This N’ That This N’ That - $300 Which war was an example of geopolitics Crimean War
C4-$400 This N’ That This N’ That - $400 A powerful nation which seizes control of a poor nation and its resources is an example of… Imperialism
C4-$500 This N’ That This N’ That - $500 The last Chinese Imperial Government’s failure to do this resulted in its collapse Limit outside influence
Lets play JEOPARDY!!! Chpt. 27 THE SCRAMBLE FOR AFRICA.
Imperialism WH CH 11.
Units 1 – 5. E A B C AA C B CC B A B EEEE C B A DDDDD TACOS JAY-Z BURRO LICE JEO PARTY.
The Age of Imperialism:
1 The Age of Imperialism Chapter The Scramble for Africa Imperialism – the seizure of a country or territory by a stronger country Africa before.
Imperialism Notes During the 1800s, nationalism had spread across Europe creating rivalries between nations. Industrialization was the driving force behind.
Locations of Imperial Rule (Ch. 11, Sec. 3, 4, & 5)
Review # 8 ~ Industrial Revolution –> New Imperialism
Imperialism What is imperialism? The takeover of a country or territory by a stronger country The takeover of a country or territory by a stronger.
Review Imperialism Bingo. Berlin Conference Boer War Boxer Rebellion British East India Company Diamonds, Gold, Oil, Ethipoia Extraterritoriallity First.
The Age of Imperialism (1850 – 1914). Imperialism: building empires by expanding territory expanding territory and gaining colonies.
Aim: Imperialism HRBS Visualizing Global History Mr. Oberhaus Unit 5 Section 7- Imperialism.
Jeopardy Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Jeopardy ImperialismImperialism in Africa Potpourri $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy Imperialism in Asia U.S Imperialism.
Nationalism and New Nations. What is Nationalism? What is Imperialism? What relation do they have to each other?
IMPERIALISM JEOPARDY UNIT 4 REVIEW. JEOPARDY India Middle East & South America China & Japan Africa Grab Bag!
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
Imperialism When A stronger country takes over a weaker one. Global Regents Review Patten/Valdner.
E A B C AA C B CC B A B EEEE C B A DDDDD Bae Otto Bismarck von Ja.
1 Introduction to Imperialism Chapter 27 Notes. Slide 2 Definition of Imperialism Process by which one state, with superior military strength and more.
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