The Age of Imperialism. Alex Burns, Madison Pelletier. What Happened?. European Nations wanted to control lands that had natural resources and create overseas empires, as a result of this they began to seize lands in Africa
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Alex Burns, Madison Pelletier
The Age of Imperialism effected more than just Africa, it went as far as: Asia, South America, and Australasia (New Zealand, Indonesia, Australia, ECT.)
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