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Imperialism when strong country takes a weaker one
white mans burden the racist poem that encouraged europeans to help improve the lives of the people they took over by teaching them european customs and beliefs
why did the european nations imperialize Africa and Asia -wanted raw materials for factories (coal, tin, and oil) -teach European culture and religion (Christianity)
social darwinism It is natural for strong countries (like European nations)that raced to take over weaker nations
scramble for Africa over 90% of Africa was taken over by european nations that raced to take over the continent
Opium wars British smuggled opium in to China and China fought back lost and became a sphere of influence
Sepoy Mutiny Rebellion in which India tried (but failed) to gain independence from england
Boxer Rebellion Rebellion in which China tried (but failed) to gain independence from various European
Commodore Matthew Perry sailed to Japan, wanted to open ports for trade
Meiji Restoration Emperor which, modernization and westernization
Modernization Japan industrialized
Westernization Japan adapted western culture
Japan imperializism imperialize other countries
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