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Good Morning!!. NVC Warm-Up: Thesis Writing Wrapping up Imperialism: Lasting effects Essential Question : What were the lasting effects of Imperialism? Homework : studying for Test Friday. Warm-Up: Thesis Practice. Write a thesis answering the essential question below

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good morning
Good Morning!!
  • NVC
  • Warm-Up: Thesis Writing
  • Wrapping up Imperialism: Lasting effects

Essential Question: What were the lasting effects of Imperialism?

Homework: studying for Test Friday

warm up thesis practice
Warm-Up: Thesis Practice
  • Write a thesis answering the essential question below
  • How did the British and Indians treat each other during the Sepoy Mutiny?
  • “The British and Indians treated each other ________ during the Sepoy Mutiny because _____________”
british imperialism in india
British Imperialism in India

“The Devil’s Wind”

  • 1857 Sepoy Mutiny crushed by British
  • 1858 Raj begins: British government takes direct control of India
    • Period of racial tension and conflicts between Indians and British
effects of imperialism
Effects of Imperialism

Positive Effects

Negative Effect

Natives lose control of their land and natural resources

Millions die from war, disease, and famine

Loss of traditional cultures

Racial discrimination and inequality

Loss of self-sufficiency and self-government

  • New technology leads to modernization
  • Build new schools and hospitals to help with education and sanitation
  • Abolish slavery and end local warfare
resisting imperialism
Resisting Imperialism
  • Rise of Nationalism in India c.1885
    • 1905 India calling for Independece
  • British tighten their grip
    • 1919 Amritsar Massacre British slaughter peaceful protesters
    • “They would have all come back and laughed at me, and I should have made what I considered a fool of myself.”—General Dyer
mahatma ghandi
Mahatma Ghandi
  • Mahatma Ghandi: leader of Indian Nationalist movement c. 1914
  • Nonviolent Civil Disobedience
    • nonviolent protest and peaceful refusal to obey British rule
    • “Independence will never be ours by force of arms. Brute-force is not natural to the Indian people. We will have, therefore, to rely wholly on soul-force. You must not consider that violence is necessary at any stage for reaching our goal.”—Ghandi
    • 1947 British rule in India ends
“You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty.”-- Ghandi
nationalism in germany
Nationalism in Germany
  • c. 1815 39 German states exist
    • Austria is strongest
    • Prussia competing with Austria to unify Germans
  • Otto von Bismarck
    • Prime Minister and chief advisor to King Wilhelm I of Prussia
    • Realpolitik: tough power politics with no room for idealism
bismarck unites germany
Bismarck Unites Germany
  • 1866 Bismarck provokes Seven Weeks War with Austria
    • Prussia humiliates Austria
  • 1870 Bismarck provokes Franco-Prussian War with France
    • Defeats Napoleon III and wins last of the German states
    • King Wilhelm crowned Kaiser of the Second Reich