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Finish Motivations for Imperialism Activity
Please get out your worksheet from yesterday about the motivations for Imperialism.Slide2
Pop Quiz for Candy!
are the 3
Europe wanted to get out of
What ideology was used as a motivation for imperialism?
List two advantages the Europeans had over the Native Africans.
Why did European Imperialism take off in the 1880s?
What are the 4 forms of Imperial rule?
Which form of imperialism was “a foreign power governed internally within the country, and the colonized did not have rights or representation in government”?
What are the two methods of management?
Which method of management did Britain prefer?Slide3
The Scramble for Africa
European Imperialism in AfricaSlide4
Before European Domination
Africa had hundreds of ethnic and language groupsEuropeans first explored Africa in the 1450sPowerful African armies had kept them out for 400 yearsSlide5
Missionaries begin to explore
Late 1860sDavid Livingstone, a missionary from Scotland, travelled deep into Africa to promote ChristianityDecided to explore rather than be a missionary & became an abolitionistNot heard from for years, presumed deadSlide6
Livingstone & Stanley
American newspaper reporter travelled to Africa to find LivingstoneFound him in the Congo - “Dr. Livingstone, I presume?”This event created a frenzy in the press and sparked interest in exploring and colonizing AfricaSlide7
Paved the way for the Scramble for Africa
Inspired explorers and missionaries
The Belgian Congo
King Leopold of Belgium hired Stanley to explore the Congo for him in 1876Leopold said he wanted to end slavery and promote Christianity- privately created a plan to develop the Congo (he did this independently of the Belgian govt.)But – he forced Africans to collect sap from rubber plantsSlide9
The Belgian Congo
Instituted a brutal, violent regime
Held women hostage to force the men to work rubber plantations, cut off hands of those who did not deliver their quota (even children)
At least 10 million Congolese died as a result
Journalists uncovered the atrocities and the Belgian government forced Leopold to turn over the territory to the government in 1908.Slide10Slide11
1880 – The Scramble Begins
Push for expansion comes from businessmen, missionaries and politiciansFrench began to expand from West African coast toward western SudanDiscoveries of diamonds in 1867 and gold in 1886 in South Africa increased European interest in colonizing the continent.Slide12
The Berlin Conference
To prevent conflict, European nations met at the Berlin Conference in 1884-85 to plan to division of AfricaDecision: European countries could claim land in Africa by notifying other nations of its claims and showing it could control the areaNo African rulers were invited to attendSlide13
Berlin Conference Activity
Debrief/ Answer QuestionsSlide14
The Scramble for Africa – Day 2
You have 5 minutes to:
Elect an ambassador who will present your demands to the class
Present your territory demands
Reach an agreement (class map)Slide16
Answer the following questions
What similarities do you see between your Berlin Conference and the outcome of the actual conference?
Who was not represented at this conference? Why?
What challenges did the outcomes of the Berlin Conference create for the indigenous people of Africa?
How do you think the outcomes of the conference may affect the African people today?Slide17
Map of the New Africa
1914Only Ethiopia and Liberia free from European control
Which European power had the most colonies as of 1914?
Which European power had the least colonies as of 1914?Slide18
Compare the maps: What statements can we make about European Colonization in Africa between 1850 and 1914 based on these maps?Slide19
How does this political cartoon represent the Berlin Conference?Slide20
Clashes over South Africa
South Africa was one of the strongest centralized countries in Africa at this timeDutch (Boers) had settled there and took South Africans’ land to set up farms in the 1600sSlide21
In 1879, Zulus fought off BritishDespite using spears and shields, they almost wonBut in July of 1879, they lost the Battle of Ulundi and their kingdom to the BritishSlide22
Now British, Dutch and South Africans were fighting over the same landIn 1899, the Boers (Dutch) fought the British in the Boer WarBrutal war: Boers used guerrilla tacticsBritish burned Boer farms and imprisoned women and children in concentration camps – 14,000 diedBritain finally wonSlide23
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