Test Answers on imperialism

Positive and Negative Effects of Imperialism

positive unified nations, better medical care and sanitation which caused higher lifespans, increased agriculture products, schools and hospitals-higher literary rates, African products became valuable on international market negative natives lost control of land and independence, expanded population which resulted in famine, cash crops-displaced the food crops, which resulted in famine, natives died of new diseases […]

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6 motives of imperialism

E Economic Economic desire to make money to expand and control foreign trade to create new markets for products to acquire raw materials and cheap labor to compete for investments and resources to export industrial technology and transportation methods M Military Military To claim territory to create bases to protect the empire to exercise military […]

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Ch. 27, Sec. 2: Imperialism (Case Study: Nigeria)

indirect control A method of management used by the United States and Britain. This method relied on already existing political rulers, including a legislative council. This method was used for the Philippines. direct control A method of management used by the French and other European powers. This method was based on paternalism and assimilation, because […]

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African Imperialism DBQ

Mfecane South of the Limpopo river Africans saw devastating internal welfare, depopulation, and forced migrations of many Bantu peoples this was known as the crushing era. It was marked by the rapid rise of sizable military states among North Nguni (speaking Bantu) and because of this there was widespread chaos, death, emigration, and multi ethnic […]

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Africa, Europe, Imperialism Pre Quiz Map/ Page 607 Map

question 1830 answer France occupied Algiers For 40 years rebellion occurred france had to put a stop to the Algerian protest. France takes control question 1869 answer Suez canal completed Canal was owned by france and egypt Egypt needed money and the stock was sold to britian Britian gained control of canal and traveled 4,300 […]

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The Age of Imperialism

question BELGIAN settlers in South Africa were known as Boers answer false; dutch question Racism is the name of the belief that ONE RACE IS SUPERIOR TO OTHERS answer true question In 1884 and 1885, 14 AFRICA nations met at the Berlin conference to discuss the future of africa answer false; european question The theory […]

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Unit 10 : age of European Imperialism

question Imperialism answer The effort of capitalist powers to gain control of markets, raw materials, and ideas that would create ways for them to invest in other countries. Efforts of Capitalist states to have control of the markets, have cheap raw materials, profitable investments in countries outside of the Western civilizations. The primary motives for […]

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European Imperialism in Africa

question imperialism answer the takeover of a country, territory, or area by a stronger nation in order to dominate and control the government, resources, economy, and culture of the weaker nation question Africa before colonization: diversity answer hundreds of ethnic and linguistic groups, many different religions question Africa before colonization: trade networks answer traded with […]

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wHAP INDustrialization and imperialism

question How did Industrialization affect seemingly unrelated fields like social structures, culture, the economy? answer -Industrialization solidified the positions of the upper and lower class – factory workers did not earn enough to better their social standings and factory owners became very wealthy. There were some exceptions such as successful entrepreneurs (such as Carnegie) but […]

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Chapter 21 Imperialism 2

question Where did Europeans began to move into for industrial raw materials and markets? answer Asian and African territories question Imperialism answer Extension of a nation’s power over other lands question What was “new Imperialism”? answer Late 19th centrues – Countries wanted direct control over vast tracks of land and not just the trading posts… […]

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Chapter 25: Africa, the Ottoman Empire, and the New Imperialism

question What happened to the Afrikaners after the South African War of 1899-1902? answer They joined British settlers in the new Union of South Africa. → The British had promised the Afrikaners representative government in return for surrender in 1902, and they made good on their pledge. The Union of South Africa, under a joint […]

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Imperial Wars and Colonial Protest

question What were the series of wars between Great Britain, France, and Spain between 1689 and 1763? answer 1) King William’s War (1689-1697) 2) Queen Anne’s war ( 1702) -In these wars, the English launched expeditions to capture Quebec but failed at first. Ultimately, they succeeded and gained both Nova Scotia from France and trading […]

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The New Imperialism Test Questions

question Why did European nations send missionaries to convert people in Africa and Asia to Christianity? Check all that apply. answer Europeans believed Christianity would make people more civilized. Europeans wanted to expand their power around the world. question Westerners who ruled territories directly denied the influence of natives because answer Westerners saw territories as […]

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Middle School (7th Grade SS) – The Age of Imperialism

question alliance (n) answer a union between people, groups, countries, etc. in which they work together question ally (n) answer a country that supports or helps another country in a war question ally (v) answer to join with another person, group, etc. in order to give or get support question colonize (v) answer to take […]

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Age of European Imperialism

Imperialism the political, social, and/or economic domination of an area and its people for the benefit of the dominating people and at the expense of those who are being controlled; the process often involves colonization, or the creation of spheres of influence During the 1800s-1900s: The COnquerors: England, France, Belgium, Japan, Netherlands, Germany, United States […]

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Ch 11 Sec 2 Imperialism

question What do Europeans want to control in the colonies? answer influence political and social lives of people shape economics to benefit europe want people to adopt euro customs question Four forms of control of territory answer colony protectorate sphere of influence economic imperialism question colony answer governed by a foreign power ex. Somaliland question […]

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Imperialism Review Test Questions

question Define Imperialism answer A policy in which a stronger nation seeks to dominate other countries politically, economically, and socially. question what nations engaged in Imperialism? Why? answer Britain, Dutch, France- To gain control of natural resources that were produced in that area for trading and selling finished goods. question Identify areas of the world […]

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27.2 Imperialism (Case study: Nigeria)

The New Period of Imperialism Europeans wanted more influence over economic, political, and social lives of the people they conquered. the four forms of imperialism Colony- a country or a territory governed internally by a foreign power Protectorate- a country/territory with its own internal gov. BUT under control of an outside power Sphere of Influence- […]

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World Power -Imperialism -American Diplomacy in Asia

question Sphere of influence answer section of a country where a foreign nation enjoys special rights and powers question Imperialism answer is the economic and political domination of a strong nation over weaker ones question protectorate answer a country that is technically independent but is actually under the control of another country question expansion answer […]

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US 2A Ch 18 Imperialism

question Imperialism answer the policy in which stronger nations extend their economic, political, or military control over weaker territories question Queen Liliuekalani answer realized her reign in Hawaii was ending question Alfred T. Mahan answer U.S. Navy admiral ured for: naval base in Hawaii naval fleet canal in Panama question Jose Marti answer cuban poet […]

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Imperialism Case Study: Nigeria

question 1884-85 answer Berlin Conference question largely European war with some black South Africans answer Boer War question new period of… 18th and 19th centuries were different from 15th and 16th centuries answer imperialism question four forms of colonial control answer colony, protectorate, sphere of influence, and economic imperialism question Britain, USA, and others prefered […]

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