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THE SCRAMBLE FOR AFRICA
1. Note the three motives behind the European race for colonies. Raw Materials National Pride Christian Conversion Racism (justification)
2. Note two technological advantages Europeans had over the Africans. Weapons RailRoads Steam Ships Quinine
3. Note two factors within Africa that made it vulnerable to European conquest. Many Languages & Cultures Lack of Technology Traditional Rivalries
4. Note two outcomes of the Berlin Conference in 1884 & 1885. Agreement amongst 14 nations to divide Africa The goal to change Africans (assimilation)
5. Note three groups that clashed over territory and resources in S. Africa Zulus Boers (Dutch) British
6. Note one outcome of the Boer War Creation of a self- governing Union of S. Africa controlled by British
Imperialists Divide Africa Motives, Forces and Colonization.
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Scramble for Colonies in Africa Unit 6, SSWH 15 d.
From now on we’ll be taking notes, doing assignments, and projects in the notebooks I bought you You can leave your notebook in the classroom when.
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Scramble for Africa Chapter 11 Section 1. Main Idea Ignoring claims of African ethnic groups, kingdoms, and city-states, Europeans established colonies.
Imperialism Africa The Scramble for Africa. The focus of most of Europe’s imperialist activities in the 19 th century was Africa. The focus of most of.
AIM: How did imperial powers politically and economically control territories in Africa ? Essential Question: How can trace the reason why industrialized.
Imperialism Begins!!!!. Nations Compete for Overseas Empires Imperialism—seizure of a country or territory by a stronger country (Missionaries First,
Forces of Imperialism Motives: Economic competition for markets & raw materials National pride Racism Missionaries' desire to Christianize & “civilize”
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Africa Before European Domination –Armies, rivers, disease discourage exploration –Nations Compete for Overseas Empires Imperialism –seizure of a country.
The Scramble for Africa Ch 11 Section 1. Africa before European domination Africa was divided into hundreds of ethnic and linguistic groups. Europeans.
Imperialism in Africa. Why was Africa prime for conquest? Internal Forces: Variety of cultures and languages discouraged unity among the Africans Ethnic.
Chapter 11-1 Imperialists Divide Africa I) Africa Before Imperialism II) Nations Compete for Overseas Empires III) African Lands Become European.
Imperialism of Africa European Scramble for Colonies.
THE SCRAMBLE FOR AFRICA Domination by Europe. VOCABULARY Imperialism: the seizing of a country or territory by a stronger country, they may control the.
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Beginning around 1850, European nations took control of much of Africa, Asia, and Latin America. This policy of a powerful nation dominating the politics,
Agenda March 17 Journal Gallery Walk and Voting Reflection Berlin Conference Journal: Which idea behind imperialism made you the most uncomfortable? Why?
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THE SCRAMBLE FOR AFRICA CHAPTER 11 - SECTION 1. WHY IT MATTERS NOW African nations continue to feel the effects of the colonial presence more than 100.
Scramble for Africa Imperialism = a policy of conquering and ruling other lands.
Chapter 27 The Age of Imperialism. Section 1 “The Scramble for Africa” Ignoring the claims of ethnic African groups, kingdoms, and city-states, Europeans.
Ch Warm-up Industrialization fueled the interest of European countries in Africa These nations looked to Africa as a source for raw materials. Colonial.
THE SCRAMBLE FOR AFRICA CHAPTER 11 SECTION1. AFRICA BEFORE EUROPEAN DOMINATION A.Imperialism: the seizure of a country or territory by a stronger country.
EQ: How did European political control impact the African colonies?
Motives for the New Imperialism Economic ($$$) Political Cultural Scientific Using pg. 757, complete this chart on the motivations for Imperialism in Africa.
The Age of Imperialism Imperialism -The domination of a weaker nation by a stronger nation -Politically, militarily, economically or socially.
The Age of Imperialism Imperialism = policy of conquering and ruling other lands.
The Scramble for Africa. Imperialism Imperialism- the seizure of a country or territory by a stronger country.
Imperialism in Africa A.Motives for Imperialism B.Africa before Imperialism C.Why does it begin? D.Berlin Conference.
Imperialism Africa Before Large empires - small villages divided by: Large empires - small villages divided by: Ethnic groups Ethnic groups Languages.
Imperialism Unit 6, SSWH 15 d. How did industrialization lead to imperialism?
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Assignment 3 The Scramble for Africa. Define/Identify Cecil Rhodes- British businessman who was an advocate of Social Darwinism- wanted to build a.
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Video The Berlin Conference Increased competition amongst European powers to take advantage of both natural resources and the markets for goods in Africa.
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Bell Work Monday October 11 th, What is communism (Pg.303), and about how many countries were communist in 1980? (Pg. 304) 2. About how many countries.
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