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This term is the english translation for Maji Maji
What is Magic Water?
Cash Crops caused this in many African Nations
What is famine?
These three groups fought over South Africa
Who are the Zulus, Boers, and British
The two rules at the Berlin Conference were first, you had to notify other European countries of your claim and second was this rule
What is to have control over area claimed?
Boer means this in Dutch
What is Farmer?
A country or territory governed internally by a foreign power
Who is a colony?
In this type of control paternalism is used and assimilation encouraged
What is direct control?
A country or territory with its own internal government but under the control of an outside power
What is a protectorate?
An area in which an outside power claims exclusive investment or trading privileges
What is a sphere of influence?
This is the goal of direct control
What is assimilation?
Indian soldiers who worked for the British East India Company were known as this
What are Sepoys?
India was Britain's “Jewel in the Crown” for this reason
What is their potential for wealth b/c of trade?
Russia’s want of land on the Black Sea to be able to access the Mediterranean lead to this war
What is the Crimean War?
The use of pork and cow fat in cartridges lead to the Sepoy Mutiny for this reason
What is it was against Hindu and Muslim religious beliefs
This was the main reason for Vietnamese resistance against the French
What is less rice to eat?
This ruler kept Siam from Colonization
Who is Mongkut?
This person successfully played Italy, France, and Britain against each other keeping Ethiopia Independent
Who is Menelik II?
David Livingstone named the largest waterfall in the world after this Queen
Who is Queen Victoria
This ruler notoriously exploited Africans, killing many with his cruel tactics
Who is King Leopold of Belgium?
Emilio Aguinaldo fought for the independence of this colony
What is the Philipines
Seizure of an area for its natural resources is known as this.
What is Imperialism
As countries industrialized they looked for these two things, which lead to imperialism
What are markets and raw materials?
Europeans belief in this made them believe they had the duty to bring progress to other countries
What is their superiority?
This weapon helped Europe dominate Africa
What is the Maxim Machine Gun?
This malaria medication allowed Europe to have less risk of disease in Africa
What is Quinine?
Make your wager
This area was expolored by Dr. Livingstone and later controlled by Leopold II
What is Congo?
Imperialism WH CH 11.
Begin $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 VocabAfricaIndia ALL MIXED UP ThisN’ThatCauses&Consequences.
Chapter 11 The Age of Imperialism.
Unit 3: Industrialization and Nationalism. A. Decentralized; disunity; rich in resources ▪ Hundreds of different languages ▪ Politically diverse-villages.
The Scramble for Africa
Africa Before European Domination –Armies, rivers, disease discourage exploration –Nations Compete for Overseas Empires Imperialism –seizure of a country.
Ch Warm-up Industrialization fueled the interest of European countries in Africa These nations looked to Africa as a source for raw materials. Colonial.
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.
The Scramble for Africa. The New Imperialism New Imperialism was not based upon the settlement of colonies Europeans wanted to directly govern Driven.
THE AGE OF IMPERIALISM VOCABULARY 2. 1.Raw materials.
Review Imperialism Bingo. Berlin Conference Boer War Boxer Rebellion British East India Company Diamonds, Gold, Oil, Ethipoia Extraterritoriallity First.
Locations of Imperial Rule (Ch. 11, Sec. 3, 4, & 5)
World History Unit 3 Imperialism Chapters 11 & 12.
Chapter 27.1 and 27.2 Quiz Review
The Age of Imperialism:
The European Battle for Territory. In your notebook, list as many adjectives (descriptive words) that come to mind when you hear “Africa”
UNIT 9 Chapter 27 – The Age of Imperialism
Imperialism Review Chapter 24.
AIM: How did the West imperialize nations during the 1800’s? DN: Practice Regents Questions Imperialism.
Wednesday/Thursday: February 13 th /14th Happy Valentine’s Day History of Valentine’s Day??? Look at Imperialism Map Activity; Primary Document Activity.
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