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ImperialismNationali

Nationalism and Imperialism

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when a strong country controls the government and/or economy of a weaker country imperialism
when a colony is ruled directly by the imperialist nation direct rule
when a colony has its own government but the imperialist nation has the final say in important matters indirect rule
a colony that is protected by the military of the imperialist nation protectorate
an area where the imperialist nation has exclusive rights and privileges for trade sphere of influence
Australia and the surrounding islands Oceania
several areas under one government empire
the country that controls another country imperialist nation
the desire of a group of people with a common history, language, and culture for self-rule nationalism
joining several smaller countries to form one larger, more powerful country unification
conflict betweeen the U.S. and Spain over Cuba's independence Spanish-American War
natural resources that are used to make manufactured goods raw materials
Conflict in China that occured when a group felt that European culture was being forced on them. It resulted in more Europeans being allowed into China. Boxer Rebellion
Conflict that occured in India when a group of soldiers felt that their religious beliefs were being disrepsected. It resulted in Britain taking more direct control over India. Sepoy Rebellion
Conflict that occured in South Africa when a group was upset about losing their land. It resulted in Great Britain taking even more land. Zulu War
to take land over annex
countries that unified due to nationalism Germany and Italy
The U.S. was given control over the Philippines, Guam, and ___ as a result of winning the Spanish-American War Puerto Rico
country that became independent as a result of the Spanish-American War Cuba
meeting to decide how to redraw the boundaries on the map of Europe after the Napoleonic Wars Congress of Vienna
What are two examples of indirect rule? protectorate and sphere of influence
Where did Japan build its empire? China, Korea, and Russia
Which 3 nations played the biggest role in the Age of Imperialism? Great Britain, Germany, and France
What did Japan do in order to become an imperialist nation? built up its military and industrialized
Where were huge empires built during the Age of Imperialism? Asia, Africa, and Oceania
Explain the meaning of the phrase "the sun never sets on the British empire" Great Britain's empire stretched all over the world, so it was never dark in all areas of Britain's empire at once.
Explain how nationalism caused imperialism. Nationalism caused many imperialist nations to feel that they were doing others a favor by forcing their culture on them. Imperialist nations also wanted to take over other places with cultures similar to their own.
Explain how the Industrial Revolution led to imperiallism. Industrialized imperialist nations needed raw materials for their factories, so they conquered weaker areas to get them. Industrialized nations also needed markets where they could sell their manufactured goods.
Created by: lcarson