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lesson 9 review

imperialism

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what is imperialism? policy of extending a country's power and influence through diplomacy.
the conquering country annexes the new land direct rule
the conquering country rules the new land through agreements with local rulers indirect rule
what is informal imperialism? stronger countries allow weaker states to maintain independence but with heavy influence by the stronger country
what caused the Opium war? British merchants bringing opium into China; China banned it but the British continued.
what were markets?
who was David Livingston? an explorer; he liked uncharted regions
who was Henry Stanley? an American newspaper; he helped King Leopold
who was Shaka Zulu? extremely brutal leader of the Zulu.
King who tried to pursue an empire in Africa. king Leopold ll
Suez canal waterway that connects the Mediterranean with the Red Sea
Boers Dutch settlers who gradually took Africans’ land and established large farms.
what was the Boer war? war between Britain and the Boers due to the finding of diamonds and Britain trying to attempt to start a rebellion against the Boers.
Created by: angel.h