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strong nations trying to create empires by dominating weaker nations
Greatest Imperialists, England, France,
became known as the "Banana republic"
wrote the book "The Influence of Sea Powers upon History"
belief in Imperialism b/c they believed it was destiny ans a noble pursuit.
??????? used the Monrow Doctrine to tell England to stay out of Venezuelan affairs
settlement of disputes by a person or panel chosen to listen to both sides and decide
put down the rebellion in Cuba.
Intense burst of national pride and desire for an aggressive foreign policy
exploded in a harbor in China
Dupuy de Lome
Spanish ambassador said that Pres. McKinley was a weak leader
Philipines attacked first and ?????? destroyed the whole Spanish Naval fleet
New York World paper
New York Morning Journal
led his cavalry
San Juan Hill
captured by Roosevelt in Cuba
"A Splendid Little War"
U.S signed treaty and got 10 mile tract to build the Panama canal for ????
U.S. eventually paid ???? more
"An International Police Power"
Roosevelt gets Noble Peace Prize for making countries enter a peace agreement.
U.S. had good relations with ????? but he was forced to resign
became Pres. after Diaz
became leader and was overthrown by a revolutionary named "Poncho Villa"
Raided Americans in America
sent in Gen. John "Black Jack" Pershing
sent in to capture villa
when another race considers themselves superior
set up the Boy Scouts
Founded the Girl Scouts
Speak softly and carry a big stick
Open Door Policy
U.S policy where we asked European powers to allow = access to the Chinese consumer
Spears of Influence
areas of economic and political control
U.S. leader in Cuba after the war
secret Chinese Org. that led a rebellion against foreigners in China
the major harbor that caved under U.S. control
a pineapple planter that removed the Queen
Queen removed from power by Dole
discovered the cure for Yellow Fever
a rebel that lead the Philipine troops against the U.S.