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Response and Results of British Imperialism in India
Response and Results of British Imperialism in India - presentation

alexa-sche

The . Sepoy. Mutiny- The First Indian Rebellion. Sepoy. : . Indian soldier in the British East India Company’s army . Mutiny: . Rebellion against the authorities. Mangal. . Pandey. : . Sepoy. and leader of rebellion.

What can little-known stories tell us about British India?
What can little-known stories tell us about British India? - presentation

phoebe-cli

L/O – To examine and illustrate in a graph how the British relationship with India changed between 1800-1897 . Starter. – Do you think that Indians enjoyed being ruled by British people? . The Story of Thomas Coryate.

British Imperialism in India
British Imperialism in India - presentation

olivia-mor

The Mughal Empire. -Decline of the . Mughals. began with religious conflict between Muslims and Hindus and resulted . in fighting . and a . divided. empire. End of Mughal Rule. 1600s, the British East India Company set up trading posts at Bombay, Madras, and Calcutta. .

Imperialism in India:  The British
Imperialism in India: The British - presentation

calandra-b

Raj. India in the Late Middle Ages. The Mughal Empire. Established by Emperor Babul in the early 1500s. Expanded its control over India over the next 2 centuries;. But its . heartland . was in Northern India.

British Imperialism in India
British Imperialism in India - presentation

sherrill-n

Before Colonization:. The . Mughal. Empire. In the . Mughal Empire. (1526-1757), Muslims were favored over the majority Hindus. . Decline . of the Mughals began with religious conflict between Muslims and Hindus and resulted in infighting and a .

The British in India
The British in India - presentation

calandra-b

Guided reading q & a . Mr. Knoblauch. Social Studies. Council Rock High School South . 1. What military technologies did the Industrial Revolution provide to Europeans?. 1. Steam powered boats. 2. Repeating Rifles.

THE BRITISH IN INDIA
THE BRITISH IN INDIA - presentation

test

Ruled largely by the British East India Company. They hired . sepoys. , Indian soldiers, for protection. Key Events. Sepoy. mutiny (The Great Rebellion) – a revolt of the . sepoys. , the First War of Independence, in 1857. Began because of a growing Indian distrust of the British..

The British Raj in India
The British Raj in India - presentation

trish-goza

1765-1880s. Returning to Questions . HOW? . Decline Mughals. Rise of Regional Powers and Competition. Political Role of English and French Companies. 1757 and 1764 DIWANI. EUROPEAN TRADE WAS PROFITABLE .

British Rule in India
British Rule in India - presentation

celsa-spra

Vocab. Sepoy. : an Indian soldier serving in the British army.. Viceroy: a governor who ruled as a representative of a monarch. . The Beginning 1600-1773. British rule gained control over time. East India Trading Company.

Decolonization & Partition of India
Decolonization & Partition of India - presentation

marina-yar

Ms. Anderson & Mrs. Gilbert. 12/16/16. Warm-Up. Test your knowledge! Decide if each statement is . true. or . false. .. India is mostly a Muslim country.. The “untouchables” are people of no caste..

Africa, India, and the New British Empire
Africa, India, and the New British Empire - presentation

liane-varn

1750-1870. Imperial Policies. Emphasis on trade rather than territory. Colonies were to serve as ports. Emphasis on free trade rather than mercantilism. Mercantilism: government regulation of trade. Laissez faire: no / little government intervention in trade.

India India From Imperialism to Independence
India India From Imperialism to Independence - presentation

test

1813: India was officially declared British territory: . Commercial → Political rule. 1876: Queen Victoria was proclaimed Empress of India; . India was considered the “Jewel in the Crown”.

The British Empire
The British Empire - presentation

marina-yar

in India. AP World History. Unit 5. India in the 18. th. and early 19. th. Century. East India Company. East India Company activity limited to coastal trading cities when the . Mughal. Empire was strong..

The British East India Company
The British East India Company - presentation

danika-pri

Industrialization. 1750-1850: The Industrial Revolution in Britain. Rather than farming, people work in manufacturing, producing goods to sell. The British required natural resources for their factories and markets to sell their goods.

British
British - presentation

marina-yar

India . and the . Indian . Resistance. Mr. Daniel Lazar. Lecture Outline . Mughal Dynasty. British East Indian Company Rule. Resistance to BEIC Rule. The Raj. Raj Methods . Benefits of the Raj . Detriments of the Raj .

Case Study: India
Case Study: India - presentation

karlyn-boh

Early Trade Relationships. 1498, Vasco de Gama successfully sails around Africa to reach India. European trading posts along India’s coastline soon follow.. The French and British squabbled over Indian politics and trade..

HISTORY OF MODERN INDIA
HISTORY OF MODERN INDIA - presentation

myesha-tic

HISTORY OF MODERN INDIA BA-III SEMESTER 1. Foundation of British Rule The English came to India as a trading company and their main aim was commercial expansion and to achieve financial benefits. But, due to weak Political condition, mutual conflicts among the rulers, wars of succession; downfall of the

Imperialism In India The Beginning…
Imperialism In India The Beginning… - presentation

pasty-tole

Britain had many trade interests in India.. In order to protect their trade interests and resources, Britain set up a powerful company, The British East India Company, based in India.. This company began to take over the majority of trade and economic processes in India, despite the fact that Indian people were reliant on the same resources..

Imperialism In India The Beginning…
Imperialism In India The Beginning… - presentation

jane-oiler

Britain had many trade interests in India.. In order to protect their trade interests and resources, Britain set up a powerful company, The British East India Company, based in India.. This company began to take over the majority of trade and economic processes in India, despite the fact that Indian people were reliant on the same resources..

Did India lose or gain from the British Empire?
Did India lose or gain from the British Empire? - presentation

giovanna-b

L/O – To evaluate whether India benefited from the British Empire and to organise responses into an essay. Starter. – Are empires good or bad for the countries they control?. Thinking about….Empires.

British Colonialism around the World.
British Colonialism around the World. - presentation

luanne-sto

I. First wave. : To the . New World. , in the 1600’s,. Along with the Spanish, Portuguese and French, the British took advantage of the land and wealth in the New World. This worked well until the American Revolution and by 1785 the British had to look elsewhere for places for trade and colonization..

Nationalism in India From ca. 1880s to ca. 1909
Nationalism in India From ca. 1880s to ca. 1909 - presentation

celsa-spra

1857 and Aftermath. Revolt of 1857: led by Indian princes, . joined . by peasants, . sought BRING . BACK OLD order, . but . old order itself divided: hence regionally limited. Though major shock to British, .

The British empire A
The British empire A - presentation

alexa-sche

The British empire A brief history of the empire PART ONE The industrial revolution A mill – a factory – a plant Smokestack industries Manufactured goods Production lines Produce on a massive

Colonialism and Empire in India and China
Colonialism and Empire in India and China - presentation

tawny-fly

By:- . Arnaut. , Cristina. Hussain. , . Nazia. Pant, Suryansh. Pivovarova. , . Darima. Popa. , . Vlad. Zhang, . Mengyuan. Zhang, Xiang. Battle of Diu (1509). Trade In Spices. Portuguese Indian Coin 1799.

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