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Imperialism:

India, China and Japan

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Britain: Extra

British Imperialistic Policies

French Imperialistic Policies

Japanese Imperialistic Policies

British Imperialistic Impact

Japanese Imperialistic Impact

France: Extra

Japan: Extra

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The Boxer Rebellion

The Opium War

Imperialism: Causes and Effects

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Policies of Imperialism: British in South Africa

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Policies of Imperialism: French in Indochina

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Policies of Imperialism: Japanese in Asia

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Impact of Imperialism:British in South Africa

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Impact of Imperialism:French in Indochina

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Impact of Imperialism:Japanese in Asia

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Britain had so many colonies that it was said that the “sun never set on the British Empire”

Among all of Britain’s colonies, the most valuable was India

How did India become the “brightest jewel

in the crown”?

British Imperialism:

India

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After Vasco da Gama’s discovery of a water route to India in 1498, European trade with India increased

In the 1600s, Europeans gained a foothold in the Indian Ocean trade

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The British East India Company was formed to trade exotic Asian goods in Europe & America

The East India Company set up trade posts in major port cities in India

By 1700, India’s Mughal Empire was in decline & small states ruled by a maharajah were formed

Conflicts between Hindus & Muslims further weakened India

The East India Co gained more control of India

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The East India Company made huge profits creating plantations to harvest tea, coffee, cotton, & opium

Raw materials like cotton helped fuel Britain’s industrial revolution

Opium was refined in India & smuggled into China; Opium addition helped the British gain access to Chinese trade

The East India Company sold cheap, British-made textiles to Indian people

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From 1750 to 1850, the British East India Co ruled most of India with little interference from Britain

1750

1850

To protect their trade & territories, British officials hired Indian soldiers called sepoys

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By the 1850s, Indian resentment for the British was growing

In 1857, rumors spread that sepoy gun cartridges supplied by the British by were greased with pork & beef fat

Hindu & Muslim sepoys were outraged & rebelled against the British

The Sepoy Mutiny lasted over 1 year; The British gov’t had to send troops to help the East India Co

Execution of sepoys

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The Sepoy Mutiny was a turning point in Indian history

In 1858, the British gov’t took control from the East India Company & ruled India directly; British rule was called the Raj & lasted until 1947

The British government made important improvements in India including railroads, telegraph & telephone lines, roads, canals, dams, bridges

British Queen Victoria assumed the title of “Empress of India”

Britain also built schools, hospitals, irrigation projects, & medical improvements

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The British emphasis on cash-crop plantations led to food shortages & famine in India

(7 million Indians died due to starvation in 1876)

British rule hurt the native Indian economy, further divided social classes, increased hostility between Muslims & Hindus

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British Imperialism: South Africa

Just a refresher…Boer– Dutch settlers in South Africa that took African land and established large farms.Boer War (1899-1910)- War fought between the British and the Boers (Dutch settlers) after the British discovered gold and diamonds on Boer lands. Black South Africans were also involved in the war, those that were captured by the British were placed in concentration camps.

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French in Indochina

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Japanese in Asia

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The Boxer Rebellion

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The Opium War

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Imperialism: Causes and Effects

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Unit 10 TestThursday, March 7th, 2013

Use this time to work on your study guide!Remember- if your study guide is not complete prior to the test you are not allowed to participate in reassessment.

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