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Title: Imperialism


1
Imperialism
  • Analyzing Imperialism with Multiple Perspectives
  • British Imperialism in India

2
Forms of Imperialism
  • Colony a territory governed by a foreign power
  • Protectorate a territory that has its own
    government but is controlled by a foreign power
  • Sphere of influence a territory in which a
    country claims exclusive political or economic
    rights.

3
Causes of Imperialism
  • ECONOMIC
  • Markets for Surplus Goods
  • Raw Materials
  • Work Opportunity
  • CULTURAL
  • Spreading Christianity
  • Spreading European Culture (Civilizing)
  • White Mans Burden
  • Population Growth
  • Social Darwinism
  • POLITICAL
  • Strategic Advantage
  • Competition
  • Nationalism
  • Industrial Revolution and Growth of Military
    Technology
  • Declining African and Asian Empires
  • India Mughal
  • North Africa Ottomans
  • China Qing

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The White Mans Burden
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6
Strategic Locations Where Do you Want?
7
Imperialism in India Part I
  • Sati banned
  • British government takes over India (Raj)
  • Portuguese come to India
  • English Education pushed
  • Mughal Decline
  • British East India Co. Rules India
  • Christian Missionaries come
  • Sepoy Rebellion
  • British come to India
  • Portuguese come to India (1500s)
  • British come to India (1700s)
  • Mughal Decline (Late 1700s)
  • British East India Co. Rules India (early 1800s)
  • Sati banned
  • English Education pushed
  • Christian Missionaries come
  • Sepoy Rebellion (1857)
  • British government takes over India (1858) (Raj)

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  • Sati (also, suttee) an Indian widow would
    immolate herself on her deceased husbands
    funeral pyre.
  • Outlawed and thus very rare today

10
Imperialism in India Part II
  • Railroads, roads and canals built
  • Muslim League
  • First Indian National Congress
  • Swadeshi
  • ICS rules India
  • ICS rules India (late 1800s)
  • Railroads, roads and canals built
  • First Indian National Congress (1885)
  • Swadeshi (1905-1908)
  • Muslim League (1906)

11
Views of Imperialism
For Europe to rule Asia by force for purposes of
gain, and to justify that rule by the pretense
that she is civilizing Asia and raising her to a
higher level of spiritual life, will be adjudged
by history, perhaps, to be the crowning wrong and
folly of imperialism. What Asia has to give, her
priceless stores of wisdom garnered from her
experience of ages, we refuse to take the much
or little which we could give we spoil by the
brutal manner of our giving. This is what
imperialism has done, and is doing, for Asia. -
J.A. Hobson (British journalist)
12
Views of Imperialism
To sum up the whole, the British rule has been
morally, a great blessing politically peace and
order on one hand, blunders on the other,
materially, impoverishment.The natives call the
British system Sakar ki Churi, the knife of
sugar. That is to say there is no oppression, it
is all smooth and sweet, but it is the knife,
notwithstanding. I mention this that you should
know these feelings. Our great misfortune is that
you do not know our wants. When you will know our
real wishes, I have not the least doubt that you
would do justice. The genius and spirit of the
British people is fair play and justice. -
Dadabhai Naoroji (1st Indian elected to British
Parliament part of founding of Indian National
Congress)
13
Effects of British Rule in India
Political Introduced British system of gov.t
Economic Hurt Indias existing industry made India an exporter of raw materials rather than manu. goods
Society English language led to growth of Indian nationalism improved infrastructure customs banned
14
Crash Course
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15
Mangal Pandey The Rising
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  • Indian Movie based on sepoy in 1857 uprising
  • Begins in 1857 when India ruled by BEIC
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