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Chapter 27.1 and 27.2 Quiz ReviewIMPERIALISM BINGO Chapter 27.1 and 27.2 Quiz Review
This enabled Imperialism in African because it provided a cure to the Europeans from MalariaQUININE
Raw Materials, Cheap Labor, New Markets and Places to settle are examples of what reasons for Imperialism ECONOMIC MOTIVE
This form of Imperialism is when the Imperial nation controls all aspects of the weaker country.COLONY
This automatic machine gun illustrated the advance technology of the Europeans over African tribesMAXIM GUN
The British wanted to control this passage because it connected the Mediterranean Sea and Indian Ocean providing a route to Asian markets SUEZ CANAL
This is the domination by one country of the political, economic, or social life of another country or region. IMPERIALISM
This country became the home to many free slaves from AmericaThis country became the home to many free slaves from America. It is one region in Africa that was not colonized. LIBERIA
This man from Belgium sought the Congo for its rich natural resources of rubber, ivory and cheap labor. KING LEOPOLD
Spread Religion, Social Darwinism, and the White Man’s Burden are examples of what reasons for Imperialism SOCIAL MOTIVE
He set up missions throughout Central and East AfricaDAVID LIVINGSTON
CONFLICT BETWEEN TRIBESThis occurred because regions were split between imperialist nations. Enemy tribes often found themselves together within the same borders CONFLICT BETWEEN TRIBES
National Pride, Gain Power, Protection, Expand Territory are examples of what reasons for Imperialism POLITICAL MOTIVE
The raw materials that were in South AfricaDIAMONDS AND GOLD
The raw materials that were in the Congo.IVORY AND RUBBER
Africa was divided in many pieces by the European countries with no regard for the people living there to gain access to raw materials BERLIN CONFERENCE
This form of Imperialism allows the weaker country to have its own government but the imperial nation controls the policies of the weaker country militarily or diplomatically. PROTECTORATE
The Emperor of this country successful fought the Italians from imperializing the country. It is one region in Africa that was not colonized ETHIOPIA
RAILROAD AND STEAMSHIPThese new inventions made it easy to travel to African and bring back materials RAILROAD AND STEAMSHIP
The idea that European culture is superior to indigenous (native) cultures. Justified inhuman treatment of indigenous people SOCIAL DARWINISM
Great Britain had the largest empire in the world in the 1920s is an example of what effectPOLITICAL EFFECT
European duty to civilize indigenous people by spreading European culture, Christianity, and education WHITE MAN’S BURDEN
One of the first European explorers in Africa who believed Europeans needed to civilize Africa.HENRY STANLEY
This was a result of the Dutch and the British fighting over land in South AfricaBOER WAR
Natural Resources were depleted is an example of what effectECONOMIC EFFECT
This form of Imperialism is when the imperial nation only controls the economic aspects of the nation through exclusive trading rights. SPHERE OF INFLUENCE
The African tribal cultures being destroyed is an example of thisSOCIAL EFFECT
INDIGENOUS PEOPLE EXPLOITEDThis occurred in the Congo by Leopold, it is another term for oppressed INDIGENOUS PEOPLE EXPLOITED
INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTIONThis is occurring in Europe which causes Europeans to look for raw materials and move for jobs INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
This is another term for the Dutch or the BoersAFRIKANERS
Another word for dividePARTITION
Imperialism in Africa & The Slave Trade
THE SCRAMBLE FOR AFRICA
Assignment 3 The Scramble for Africa. Define/Identify Cecil Rhodes- British businessman who was an advocate of Social Darwinism- wanted to build a.
- King Leopold II of Belgium
Scramble for Africa Imperialism =
The Scramble for Africa. The New Imperialism New Imperialism was not based upon the settlement of colonies Europeans wanted to directly govern Driven.
Imperialism Africa Before Large empires - small villages divided by: Large empires - small villages divided by: Ethnic groups Ethnic groups Languages.
Modern World History Chapter 11, Section 1 Scramble for Africa
UNIT 9 Chapter 27 – The Age of Imperialism
Imperialism Review Chapter 24.
Imperialists Divide Africa
Review Questions Identify two reasons why Europeans turned to Africans for slave labor. Why did so many slaves die during the Middle Passage? Identify.
Imperialism The extension of a nation’s power over other lands – culturally, economically, politically.
Imperialism in Africa Social Studies 9 Ms. Rebecca 2010.
European Imperialism What is Imperialism? A country increases its power by gaining control of other parts of the world. Goal is not to.
IMPERIALISM TRASH BALL.
Trade Routes Europeans first became interested in Africa for trade route purposes. They were looking for ways to avoid the taxes of the Arab and Ottoman.
The Age of Imperialism What is Imperialism? Imperialism is the domination by one country for the political, economic, or social life of another.
Imperialism. Imperialism Imperialism is the practice of establishing colonies or spheres of influence in order to control raw materials and markets.
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