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Resons for imperialism in africa nationalism, industrial revolution, and religious and humanitarian.
Paternalism treating people in a fatherly way, providing them with rights and resbonsibilities.
Assimilation colonies were to be absorbed culturaly and politically into the ruling nation
Imperialism the domination of the political, ecnomic, and cultural life of one country or region by another country
Amalie Sieveking nursing pioneer, founded the female association of the poor and sick in Hamburg
Florence Nightingale British nurse in the crimean war
Clara Barton Transoformed nursing into a profession in the CIvil War
Emmeline Dankhurst womens social and political union in 1903
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