Unit 4 Imperialism Africa Chapter 28 India 765-772 Gandhi 907-915 China 741-751 Mao 859-862, 888-889, 897-898. Cecil Rhodes connecting Africa “Imperialism is a glorious pursuit”. Imperialism.
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Cecil Rhodes connecting Africa
“Imperialism is a glorious pursuit”
Goal- develop future leaders
Based on European style governments with local flavor
Foreign officials brought in to rule
Based ONLY on European style governmentsDirect Control Indirect Control
Made of people of various region within the empire
OttomanTypes of Empires
Often united warring groups
Loss of culture
Stronger doesn’t really carePositives Negatives
Flag of the BEIC
British Empire in India
Fought for Indian independence
Young, educated Indians
Ottoman Empire in Middle East
Fought for Turkish independence
Young, educated TurksIndependence Movements
Peasants still poor
Sphere of Influence
Rise of Nationalism
Elite/wealthy sponsor reform
"Power comes from the barrel of a gun."
"You must be the change you wish to see.."