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Unit 4 imperialism africa chapter 28 india 765 772 gandhi 907 915 china 741 751 mao 859 862 888 889 897 898

Unit 4 ImperialismAfrica Chapter 28India 765-772Gandhi 907-915China 741-751Mao 859-862, 888-889, 897-898

Cecil Rhodes connecting Africa

“Imperialism is a glorious pursuit”


Imperialism

Imperialism

  • “The takeover of a country or territory by a stronger nation with the intent of dominating the political, economic, and social life of the people”


Social darwinism

Social Darwinism

  • –“Survival of the fittest”

  • Societies with more wealth, power and technology were superior to those without

  • Europeans had a right and a duty to spread their superiority


Direct control indirect control

Local officials used

Limited self-rule

Goal- develop future leaders

Based on European style governments with local flavor

Foreign officials brought in to rule

No self-rule

Goal- Assimilation

Based ONLY on European style governments

Direct Control Indirect Control


Five motives of imperialism

Five Motives of Imperialism

  • Economic

  • Political

  • Religious

  • Exploratory

  • Ideological


Types of empires

Colonial

“Owning” colonies

British

French

Germany

Multi-National

Made of people of various region within the empire

Austria-Hungary

Ottoman

Types of Empires


Positives negatives

Technology

Modernization

Health (medicines)

Often united warring groups

Few rights/liberties

Loss of culture

Subjugation/slavery

Stronger doesn’t really care

Positives Negatives


Ireland 1845 1851

Ireland 1845-1851

  • A colony of Britain

  • Starvation caused by potato crop failure

  • Up to 25% of pop. died

    • (1 million+)

  • Continued to export food to England

  • England did nothing to help

  • Increased Irish Nationalism

  • Increased US Emigration

Famine


Women

Women

  • Women also subjugated in various ways:

  • Japan - face painting

  • Europe – corsets

  • Chain – foot binding


Unit 4 imperialism africa chapter 28 india 765 772 gandhi 907 915 china 741 751 mao 859 862 888 889 897 898

Motives assignment

GGS #2


Africa

Africa

  • Diamonds and gold

  • Rubber, Copper, Tin

  • Cocoa and Tea

  • Seen as untapped wealth by European nations

  • Berlin Conference 1884-1885 (no Africans)

  • Europeans claim areas


Unit 4 imperialism africa chapter 28 india 765 772 gandhi 907 915 china 741 751 mao 859 862 888 889 897 898

Africa – Late 1880’s


Treatment of subjects

Treatment of “Subjects”

  • Paternalism – treating Africans like children to be coddled, or punished!

  • Assimilation – changed African culture by making it more European and therefore, the people more European


African conflicts

African Conflicts

  • Many clashes btwn Europeans & Africans AND Europeans & themselves

  • Boer Wars – Dutch settlers fighting to claim gold

  • Zulu Wars – warriors led by Shaka, united tribes

  • European military technology too powerful


African conflicts1

African Conflicts

  • Suez canal 1869

  • Shortest link btwn Europe and Asia

  • Built by French

  • Fought for by many

Suez Canal


Guns germs and steel

Guns, Germs, and Steel

  • Jared Diamond

  • Theory of Imperialism

  • Why some countries were able to become powerful, while others remained weak


Unit 4 imperialism africa chapter 28 india 765 772 gandhi 907 915 china 741 751 mao 859 862 888 889 897 898

GGS episode 3 or 4 Feathers?


India

India

  • British economic claims date to 1600’s

  • The “Jewel of the Crown”

  • British policy prevented Indians form profiting - $ goes to England

  • British East India Company (BEIC)


Goods

Goods

  • Tea

  • Indigo

  • Coffee

  • Cotton

  • Opium

  • Railroads moved goods from interior

  • 3rd largest in world


Indian districts

Indian Districts

  • Split into many districts, governed by British Viceroys

  • BEIC is the real power

  • Indians worried about Christianity

  • Hindus and Muslims (Yugoslavia)

Flag of the BEIC


Sepoy rebellion 1857

Sepoy Rebellion - 1857

  • Sepoys – Indian soldiers working for the British

  • Refuse to fire guns bcz of religious purposes

  • Cow and pork fat in cartridges

  • Act of Revolution


Independence movements

Indian National Congress Party

British Empire in India

Fought for Indian independence

Young, educated Indians

Young Turks

Ottoman Empire in Middle East

Fought for Turkish independence

Young, educated Turks

Independence Movements


Loyal subjects

Loyal Subjects?

  • Britain tells India they will grant self-government after WWI

  • They don’t

  • A greater call for Indian independence

  • A leader is needed!


Unit 4 imperialism africa chapter 28 india 765 772 gandhi 907 915 china 741 751 mao 859 862 888 889 897 898

Gandhi search

Gandhi movie


China

China

  • Into the 1800’s China is a self-sufficient empire and anti-European

  • Only trade was with Britain

  • Chinese tea for British silver

  • Eventually opium was imported to China from…


China japan

Qing Dynasty

Extraterritoriality

Peasants still poor

Sphere of Influence

Rise of Nationalism

IMPERIALIZED!

Meiji Restoration

Elite/wealthy sponsor reform

Modernization

Invaded Manchuria

Russo-Japanese War

Annexed Korea

IMPERIALISTS!

China Japan


China opium

China & Opium

  • Influx of opium created social problems, British refuse to cut back

  • Opium War of 1839 – British easily defeat Chinese navy and take control of Hong Kong


Unit 4 imperialism africa chapter 28 india 765 772 gandhi 907 915 china 741 751 mao 859 862 888 889 897 898

  • Opium addiction a serious problem

    • 27%!

  • Another problem was the population – 430 million by 1850

  • Famine and starvation rampant

  • Corruption of gov’t leads to rebellion against Qing dynasty


The boxer rebellion

The Boxer Rebellion

  • “The Society of Harmonious Fists”

    • aka The Boxers

  • 1900 Boxers attack European section of Beijing – lasts for months

  • Multi-national forces defeat Boxers

  • Chinese realize they must reform


Unit 4 imperialism africa chapter 28 india 765 772 gandhi 907 915 china 741 751 mao 859 862 888 889 897 898

  • ROW convinces China to institute a constitutional monarchy

  • Slow process and not very successful

  • European powers still in control

  • 1911 revolution Nationalists (Shek)


A change in thinking

A Change in Thinking

  • Nationalists control

    • Guomingdang

  • Peasants still peasants (F.R?)

  • Communists offer land and change

  • Civil War erupts, weakens gov’t protection, Japan invades


Mao zedong 1893 1976

Mao Zedong (1893-1976)

  • Chairman/Founder of Chinese Communist Party

  • 1949 Unified China for 1st time since Opium War

  • Ineffective economic policies

  • Fear and intimidation

  • Millions die

  • Symbol of Chinese Communism


Unit 4 imperialism africa chapter 28 india 765 772 gandhi 907 915 china 741 751 mao 859 862 888 889 897 898

  • Mao search

  • Mao bio


Mohandas gandhi mao zedong leadership styles events

Mohandas Gandhi Mao ZedongLeadership Styles & Events

"Power comes from the barrel of a gun."

"You must be the change you wish to see.."


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