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Methods of Management Indirect Control Nigeria, IndiaLocal government officials used Limited self-rule Goal: develop future leaders Govt’ based on European standards Nigeria, India
Direct Control Foreign officials brought to rule No self-ruleGoal: assimilation Govt based only on European styles.
Assimilation Adopt culture and become like conquering nation.
Paternalism Africans unable to handle the complex business of running country. Provide for needs No rights
Forms of Imperialism
Colony Governed internally by a foreign powerSomaliland; French colony
Protectorate Own internal govt. Under control of outside powerNiger River Delta; British
Sphere of Influence An area where an outside power claims exclusive investment or trading privileges Liberia; United States
Economic Imperialism Less-developed nation controlled by private business. Dole Fruit Company; Hawaii/U.S.A
Example of Early European Imperialism & Conflict
Africans, Dutch & BritishThree Groups Clash Africans, Dutch & British
Zulus 1816 Shaka—Chief of the Zulu people. Large centralized stateHighly disciplined warriors Kept off the British 1887 Zulu Nation fell to British
Boers South Africa Fought with British over Moved North---”Great Trek”Dutch Settlers “Boers” Farmers Afrikaners (White South Africans) Fought with British over Land Slaves Moved North---”Great Trek”
Boer War Diamonds & Gold Keep outsiders out. First “Total War”14,000 Black Africans died in camps. British won: 1910 Union of South Africa.
Resistance Ethiopia Menelik II—1889Leader of Ethiopia that led resistance Large arsenal of weapons Played nations against one another
Legacy of Colonial Rule
Positive Reduced local warfare Sanitation improved Hospitals SchoolsEconomic Expansion
Negative Lost Control of land Diseases Thousands dieBreakdown of culture Division of continent
The Age of Imperialism Chapter Eleven
11.2 Imperialism World History.
Imperialism. The Age of Imperialism, To gain power, European nations compete for colonies and trade. Nationalism Europeans exerted influence.
Africa Before European Domination –Armies, rivers, disease discourage exploration –Nations Compete for Overseas Empires Imperialism –seizure of a country.
Ch. 27 The Age of Imperialism (1850 – 1914). - The Scramble for Africa 15 d - Imperialism Case Study: Nigeria 15 d - Europeans Claim Muslim Lands - British.
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Question 1 Name the conference that European countries came together to lay claims on Africa? A. Vienna Conference B. Berlin Conference C. London Conference.
Bell Ringer What two countries remained independent from European control in Africa? Why was South Africa an ideal place to settle for the Europeans?
Imperialism Europeans embark on a new phase of empire building that affects both Africa and the rest of the world. Chapter 11-2.
Modern World History Chapter 11, Section 2 Imperialism Case Studies
Day 96 Case Study Nigeria. Extra Credit/Make Up Work With a partner research the positive and negative effects of imperialism then there will be an oral.
Chapter 11 Section 2. Main Idea Europeans embarked on a new phase of empire building that affected both Africa and the rest of the world. Many former.
Imperialism of Africa European Scramble for Colonies.
UNIT 9 Chapter 27 – The Age of Imperialism
Imperialism Ch. 11 sec 2.
How do the British create the Union of South Africa?
Imperialism in Africa Part Deux. The Battle for South Africa South Africa was a resource rich area. South Africa was a resource rich area. GoldGold DiamondsDiamonds.
Chapter 11-2 Imperialism I) Colonial Control Takes Many Forms
Chapter 27.2 Imperialism Pages
World History Unit 3 Imperialism Chapters 11 & 12.
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