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Title: 1) Identify three reasons for New Imperialism.


1
1) Identify three reasons for New Imperialism.
  • nationalism, industrialism, belief in cultural
    superiority, spread religion

2
2) In what continent was this new imperialism
most evident?
  • Africa

3
3) What two nations started the colonization of
Africa? What part?
  • GB France, northern sections

4
4) What was GBs goal in Africa?
  • Cape to Cairo

5
5) Why was China ripe for forced trade in the
1800s?
  • internal turmoil

6
6) What was the worst example of European
exploitation in Africa?
  • King Leopold in the Congo

7
7) What were the only two parts of Africa not
colonized by 1900?
  • Ethiopia and Liberia

8
8) What were the two clashes in Africa that fed
animosity against GB?
  • Fashoda Crisis with France and the Boer War with
    the Dutch Afrikaners

9
9) Why was trade with China so important to the
Europeans?
  • Chinese goods were in high demand in Europe

10
10) What was the U.S. policy for trade in China?
  • Open Door Policy

11
11) What British settlement came out of this
policy?
  • Hong Kong

12
12) What was the Chinese rebellion in response to
the Open Door Policy?
  • Boxer Rebellion

13
13) What were the two examples of economically
successful colonies in the 1800s?
  • Dutch Indonesia and British India

14
14) How did the British accidentally introduce
nationalism liberal ideas in India?
  • Educating them in English in the Western fashion

15
15) Why does Germany antagonize GB in the early
1900s?
  • to make themselves look powerful so GB will want
    to ally with them

16
16) What was the cause of the Sepoy Rebellion?
  • rumors about the animal fat used on rifle
    cartridges

17
17) How did the British change the way they ruled
India after this rebellion?
  • they shifted to direct rule, placing the colonies
    directly under their control

18
18) What are the two largest religious groups in
India? Why is this a problem?
  • Hindus and Muslims, tension between the two groups

19
What was the chief impact that Hinduism had on
Indias social structure?
  • divided it into a rigid class structure (castes)

20
What British educated Hindu goes on to lead the
Indian Nationalist Movement?
  • Mohandas Gandhi

21
Identify three kinds of raw materials that came
out of SE Asia.
  • teak wood, rubber, tin, spices, tea, coffee

22
How did France first get involved in Vietnam?
  • through missionaries who went there to spread
    Christianity

23
What were the only two societies in SE Asia ruled
by Europeans in 1800?
  • Spanish Philippines and Dutch East Indies

24
What nation took over the Philippines from Spain
in 1898? Why did they want it?
  • the U.S., as a jumping off point for trade with
    China?

25
What event in Europe weakened the control of
Spain Portugal over their colonies?
  • Napoleons takeover of Europe

26
Identify the basic class structure of the old
Spanish Empire in the Americas.
  • peninsulars, creoles, mestizos, natives

27
Which two groups maintained control after the
colonies gained their independence?
  • peninsulars creoles

28
Name the three most powerful forces in the new
republics of Latin America.
  • army, large land owners, church

29
What was the large scale goal of Bolivar and San
Martin?
  • the liberation of all of South America from the
    Europeans

30
How did intervention by British businessmen keep
economic conditions the same?
  • Latin America was kept as the producer of raw
    materials and left under the control of the land
    owning elite

31
Identify two of the types of raw materials that
Latin American nations exported in large
quantities.
  • wheat, beef, coffee, bananas, silver, sugar

32
What powerful nation started to interfere in the
politics of Latin America in the early 1900s?
  • the United States

33
Identify three of the republics formed from the
colonies in South America after they gained their
independence.
  • Peru, Uruguay, Paraguay, Colombia, Venezuela,
    Argentina, Chile

34
Who ruled Japan for the 200 years leading up to
1850?
  • the Tokugawa shogunate

35
What was the shogunates policy towards the rest
of the world?
  • complete isolation

36
What was the key factor that caused the Japanese
to open relations with the U.S. after Perrys
visit?
  • the threat of military action

37
How did the new Japanese emperor refer to his
reign?  What did this mean?
  • meiji, enlightened rule

38
Where did the Japanese emperor look for models
for a new government?
  • the western nations

39
In the new Meiji government that emerged, who had
the most power?
  • The executive authority, which was the prime
    minister and the other cabinet ministers

40
The new government of Japan was modern and
democratic in appearance, but in reality, who
still held most of the power?
  • The authoritarian Sat-Cho elite

41
Name two specific things the govt did to support
growing industry.
  • Subsidies, training from foreign advisors,
    education

42
What two Japanese groups bore the greatest burden
for the transition to a modern industrial nation?
  • The farmers and the new industrial workers

43
What dynasty had ruled China for over three
hundred years prior to 1912?
  • the Manchu dynasty

44
Who were the Manchu overthrown by in 1912?
  • supporters of Sun Yat Sen

45
What large group will the Chiang Kai Shek and the
nationalists come into conflict with in the
struggle for control of China?
  • Mao Tse Tung and the Communists
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