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1 Well, let’s, like, finish yesterday’s stuff, then we’ll do today’s… Chapter 17, Section 2-3 Notes (End of Section 2 and Section 3)

2 Quotes that Weren’t Said…But Could Have Been… French Imperialism French Imperialism Why did they imperialize? Why did they imperialize? “Other countries will respect us more…” “Other countries will respect us more…” “We need more troops for our armies; places for our ships to refuel…” “We need more troops for our armies; places for our ships to refuel…” “We need materials to advance in industrialization…” “We need materials to advance in industrialization…” “We sell good stuff! People like our goods here! People will like them other places too; we just need a place to sell them…” “We sell good stuff! People like our goods here! People will like them other places too; we just need a place to sell them…” “It’s our stuff and we found you…you can only buy our stuff!” “It’s our stuff and we found you…you can only buy our stuff!” “We’re better than you…but you can be like us…” “We’re better than you…but you can be like us…” “If you don’t do what I say, you’re going to be grounded (take away rights) and lose your allowance (take away money) “If you don’t do what I say, you’re going to be grounded (take away rights) and lose your allowance (take away money)

3 Super Password North Africa North Africa Get out your Venn Diagrams from yesterday—Let’s hear what you had Get out your Venn Diagrams from yesterday—Let’s hear what you had Algiers fought for their freedom for over 40 years vs. the French but lost Algiers fought for their freedom for over 40 years vs. the French but lost Tunis was east of Algiers & France made it a protectorate in 1881 (Turkish governor stays; France rules the country) Tunis was east of Algiers & France made it a protectorate in 1881 (Turkish governor stays; France rules the country) In 1904, France made an agreement with Britain, Spain, and Italy to stay out of their way in Africa if France could have Morocco In 1904, France made an agreement with Britain, Spain, and Italy to stay out of their way in Africa if France could have Morocco In 1909, Morocco became a French Protectorate In 1909, Morocco became a French Protectorate The Moroccan leader asked for French intervention to stop an attempted revolt against his government The Moroccan leader asked for French intervention to stop an attempted revolt against his government Once the French were in, they weren’t about to leave Once the French were in, they weren’t about to leave

4 I Always Liked Susie Suez Canal Suez Canal In exchange for staying out of France’s way in Morocco, France let Britain imperialize Egypt In exchange for staying out of France’s way in Morocco, France let Britain imperialize Egypt In 1854, the Egyptian government let a French company build the Suez Canal and Egypt’s government bought half the stock in the company In 1854, the Egyptian government let a French company build the Suez Canal and Egypt’s government bought half the stock in the company Costs of the canal were high and Egypt was in deep debt Costs of the canal were high and Egypt was in deep debt The Egyptians sold the stock to the British in 1875, giving the British control of the Suez Canal The Egyptians sold the stock to the British in 1875, giving the British control of the Suez Canal Britain wanted the canal because they wanted a direct sea route from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean Sea Britain wanted the canal because they wanted a direct sea route from the Red Sea to the Mediterranean Sea This let Britain get to colonies in India, Australia, and New Zealand easier This let Britain get to colonies in India, Australia, and New Zealand easier Egypt technically remained independent, but Britain had much influence over them after gaining the canal Egypt technically remained independent, but Britain had much influence over them after gaining the canal

5 You Say Fa-shaah-da, I Say Fashoda Confusion over the Sudan—the Fashoda Crisis Confusion over the Sudan—the Fashoda Crisis Sudan was an Egyptian colony…but Egypt was almost like a British colony…is Sudan’s government strong? Sudan was an Egyptian colony…but Egypt was almost like a British colony…is Sudan’s government strong? No, so Muhammad Ahmad (nickname: al-Mahdi) and his Mahdists overthrow the Egyptian government in 1885 No, so Muhammad Ahmad (nickname: al-Mahdi) and his Mahdists overthrow the Egyptian government in 1885 Britain sees this as a threat because they want to control the upper Nile River in Sudan Britain sees this as a threat because they want to control the upper Nile River in Sudan France wants control over Sudan, especially the Nile River France wants control over Sudan, especially the Nile River French soldiers march 3,000 miles over 2 years, getting to Fashoda in 1898 French soldiers march 3,000 miles over 2 years, getting to Fashoda in months later, Britain invades Sudan and defeats the Mahdists and meets the French at Fashoda 2 months later, Britain invades Sudan and defeats the Mahdists and meets the French at Fashoda Both countries prepare for war but France backs down because their army and navy are weaker than Britain’s Both countries prepare for war but France backs down because their army and navy are weaker than Britain’s

6 Charts Take out your charts from yesterday Take out your charts from yesterday Let’s see what ya got… Let’s see what ya got…

7 Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha… You thought we were only lecturing today… You thought we were only lecturing today… Ha ha ha ha ha… Ha ha ha ha ha… Why am I laughing?...Because you’re going to look something up… Why am I laughing?...Because you’re going to look something up… Ha ha ha ha ha… Ha ha ha ha ha…

8 Paternalism What’s paternalism? What’s paternalism? How does paternalism affect all levels of African society during European rule? How does paternalism affect all levels of African society during European rule?


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