History Ch. 25
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Why did 19th century European see control of Asia and African societies?
They saw the source of industrial Arama Cheerios in the market for manufactured goods in the west
How did new imperialism of the late 19 century different from the earlier forms of imperialism?
So nothing less than all control of overcast territory
Which Asian territory to Great Britain and France control during the 19 century?
Spanish Philippines and Dutch East Indies
How to Thailand remain free from conquest during the 19 century
King Mongkut and King Chulongkorn has a friendly relationship and promoted western learning with Britain and France
How did the Dutch apply indirect rule in the Dutch East Indies
south-use direct rule in southern Vietnam
North- used indirect rule in northern Veitnam
What aspects of colonial rule were oppressive? What benefits did colonial rule bring to South East Asia
A lot of peasant work through wage labor on Florida plantations where thousands died, brought modern economic systems to south east Asia such as railroads, highways, other structures
How did the Burmese in Vietnamese people resist subjection
In Burma, the monarch far western domination and in Vietnam government officials form who fought the French without the emperor
How did nationalist resistance movements change over
Peasants made a rule in the later leaders would work for the economic interests and religion believes of the indigenous people should would have national independence
Extension of a nation's power over other
A political unit that depends on another government for protection
The belief that race determines a person's treats and capability
Colonial government in which local elites were removed from power and replaced by a new set of officials brought from the colonizing
Hey colonial government in which local rulers are allowed to maintain their positions of authority and status
Why did western Asians want to establish new colonies after 1880
Wanted to fight to get more land so they could have unlimited power
What motivated France to take over Vietnam
The French wanted to stop right in the time to monopolize trade in British movement into Vietnam
The US forces in philosophy five exceedingly hard to defeat the Philippine guerrilla force. Why?
Believe tomorrow obligation to symbolize other parts of the world, President McKinley turn the Philippines into the United States colony
Why would citizens of the world prefer or indirect rule over direct role?
(Yes) Indirect rule- able to maintain full of themselves
(No) Direct Rule- other foreign government which had them take over enforce their laws on indigenous people
Who annexed the west coastal states and establish a protectorate in Nigeria?
Francis added who to its empire?
Egypt lost control over what canal and became British protectorate?
Italy failed to conquer what, but successfully seized Tripoli renaming it what?
Which explore in missionary explored and mapped the interior of Africa
Explore Henry Stanley, missionary David livingstone
Which Belgium King Drive forces behind the domination and exploitation of the cango?
Your P and countries met at what to settle claims for territory in the east?
Who were descendants of the original Dutch settlers and dominated some areas of South Africa?
Who were people that melted a successful resistance against the boers
Who sought to establish British colonies from "The Cape to Carrio"
What war did Britain win then rename the Cape colony?
What did Britain rename the Cape colony and the Boers republics
Union of South Africa
By 1914 who were the only two independent Africa nations?
British maintained it tribal customs by which rule
Which rule did the French stress awesome elation and offered limited legislative opportunities
African nationalist and intellectuals were often educated in what type of schools or nations
Colonial schools or western or European nations
Annex (per international development
Two in corporate in to an existing political units such as a city or a
Tracked through on charted African regions for 30 years started as a 27 year old medical missionary
King Leopold II
King of Belgium one of the biggest driving forces for colonization of central
Young journalist and explore from New York Herald, was sent to find Livingston work after death also hated Africa
People who are native to a region
Why would Great Britain purchase Egypt's in the Suez canal
purchased the canal to gain most of the control as possible over the canal because they believed it was the "lifeline to India"
Why did European nations meet at the Berlin conference
Met to recognize both British and German claims for territory east Africa and Portugal also received a clear claim on Mozambique here
What were the Boers farming settlements and what happened to them
They were settlements originally settled by Dutch speaking south Africans and were burned it in the Boers war
Who were Indian soldiers who served under British officers and were hired by the British East India company
British East India Company
Had been granted power to become actively involved in Indian political and military affairs
What is another word for Supoys Mutiny
First war of Independence
First war of independence
Called this in India, failed due to a lack of organization and rivalries between Hindus and Muslims
The failed rebellion helped fuel Indian what?
The failed rebellion of India promoted the what to transfer powers from the British government
In their efforts to bring order and stability to India, the British and pilled a new school system which built what
Roads, canals, universities, medical centers, round that works and introduced a new Postal Service
Economic cost of the British rule in India were great and included the destruction of local what
Example of local industries which put thousands of women out of work
Indian national Congress
Formed in 1885, pushed for a share in the governing of India but faced in ternal difficulties do the difference between Hindus and Muslims
Began a nationalist movement in India based on nonviolent resistance which ultimately led to Indian independence
In response to British distain for what culture
Response to British distain for Indian culture awoke in India emerge which led to the search for a new national identity any modern form of what
Rabindranath Tagore mission
national Indian consciences the face of British domination
A governor who ruled a representative of a monarch
An Indian activist who saw independent through nonviolent resistance
British East India Company
Trading company who was actively involved in Indy is political and military affairs
Indian soldier hired by the British East India Company to protect the companies interest in the region
Famous Indian author who won a Nobel peace prize in literature in 1913, advocated for a greater pride in a national Indian conscience Ness in the face of the British domination
What were some benefits of British rule in India
Order instability to a society badly divided into many states were different and sometimes opposing political systems
What was the Indian national Congress and what the man's did it make
Group who sought to share in governing the process and wanted independence for all kinds of Indians no matter the beliefs
What was the cause of the great rebellion
The rumor was the guns were coded in cow and pig fat some Sepoys were humiliated and put into prison in raging others and causing the report
What was the result of the great rebellion
Britain one in transferred the East India Company directly into the British government control
Renewed interest in Indian cultural life was primarily caused by
British college in Calcutta
How and when did United States began to extend its influence in Latin America
What was the impact of the US involvement in Panama
United States supported a rebellion in Panama gave the United States a 10 mile strip of land which the United States could build the Panama Canal (the greatest engineering feat at the time)
What was the Roosevelt corollary
I love United States to intervene in any line American nation guilty of chronic misconduct where it took control of debt collection in the Dominican republic
Why were the majority of Mexicans unhappy with Porfirio Diaz's leadership of Mexico
Wages of workers declined and 95% of rural population owned a no land
What changes did the Mexican constitution of 1917 intact
Established land reform policies, limits on foreign investors, set an agenda to help the workers
What were the main effects of the Mexican Revolution
In outpouring of patriotism and more democratic and politically stable Mexico
What field prosperity in Latin America after 1870
Main exportation of basic items like we can be from Argentina coffee from Brazil bananas from Central America sugar in silver from Peru
What were the results of increase prosperity in line America
They received the finished goods like textiles, machines in my tray items from Europe and the US
How did it industrialization change the Latin American economy
Lots of urbanization an increase in unions, growth in the middle sector of Latin American society
20th President of the United States in the late 1800s to 1900s
United States implemented not alone further colonization or fake monarchs
Dictator who ruled Mexico between 1877 and 1911
A person who advocates a reddish tribute shin of the landed property especially as part of a social movement
Diplomacy that seeks to strengthen the power of the country or affect its purpose and formulations by the use of its financial resource