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12/12 Focus:

12/12 Focus:

12/12 Focus: As the Mughal Empire in India declined, Britain seized Indian territory and soon controlled the entire subcontinent . Important Terms: Sepoy Do Now: Identify three similarities between Hinduism and Buddhism. British Imperialism in India. British Imperialism.

By jaden
(408 views)

Breakdown of Unity & Revolutionary War 1763-1783

Breakdown of Unity & Revolutionary War 1763-1783

Breakdown of Unity & Revolutionary War 1763-1783. French and Indian War. 1756-1763 British and Colonists fight the French and Indians British win war. French are kicked out of N America (map 125) Colonists play a key role and turning the tide. Fight in British Army. George Washington.

By ahava
(272 views)

Chapter 8

Chapter 8

Chapter 8. Revolution!. At the Start of the War. When the war started American soldiers were overconfident about their chances The overconfidence was probably caused by: A victory at the opening Battle of Concord Fervor for freedom from Britain

By decima
(115 views)

Chapter 6 - overview

Chapter 6 - overview

Chapter 6 - overview . So we now have British and Spain alone in America. British have all lands east of the Mississippi, and parts of Canada. Spanish has Florida, Louisiana and everything west of the Mississippi.

By keagan
(111 views)

The French and Indian War

The French and Indian War

The French and Indian War. “England and France compete in North America”. French and English Collide.

By maire
(71 views)

Persuasive Paragraph

Persuasive Paragraph

Persuasive Paragraph. Use pages294 to 297. Chapter 8: Launching a new nation. Opening Activity. BY YOURSELF read the subsection titled The French Revolution on pages 295 and 296. What two conflicts is this subsection talking about?. Persuasive paragraph.

By kim
(423 views)

4/2 Bell Ringer

4/2 Bell Ringer

4/2 Bell Ringer. Clear every thing off your desk except something to write with!. 4/3 Bell Ringer. How can a nation increase its prestige?. Imperialism. What is an empire?. Group of states under one ruler. Motive of Imperialism. Economic Raw materials- needed rubber, petroleum, palm oil

By virote
(98 views)

India

India

India. The British were c ompeting with other European nations for influence in India………. Jewel in the Crown. Raw Resources 300 Million Customers Forced to sell only to England Could not compete with East India Trade Co.

By denzel
(178 views)

DO NOW

DO NOW

DO NOW. In the late nineteenth century, the British commonly referred to the Suez Canal in Egypt as the “Lifeline of the Empire” because it: A: held large deposits of coal needed by British industries. B: provided a strategic shipping route to British colonies.

By shaw
(113 views)

Examples of Imperialism

Examples of Imperialism

Examples of Imperialism . Geopolitics. An interest in or taking of land for its strategic location or products. Examples: Crimean War (Russia vs Ottoman empire) Russia wanted a warm water port Egypt (Suez Canal) British wanted control of shipping Afghanistan (the great game)

By lapis
(132 views)

Battle of Trenton

Battle of Trenton

Battle of Trenton. Americans looking to get revenge on the Hessians. Cross the Delaware River to sneak attack the Hessians on Christmas night. Surrounded and defeated them. 83 Casualties, 896 Captured Gave the U.S. soldiers hope, when some were starting to think we couldn’t win.

By shea
(219 views)

Topic 5: Imperialism in India

Topic 5: Imperialism in India

Topic 5: Imperialism in India. European Interests in India. 1600’s-British East India Company (BEIC) set up trading posts Mughal Dynasty kept Europeans traders in control until it started to collapse in 1707 Dynasty collapsed when dozens of small states separated from Mughal control

By lemuel
(159 views)

THE NEW IMPERIALISM IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

THE NEW IMPERIALISM IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY

THE NEW IMPERIALISM IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. The British Colonies of India, Australia, and New Zealand. Mughal dynasty in decline regional leaders became allies of Britain or France. British East India Company was a shadow government in Bengal.

By netis
(137 views)

World War 1 ͏

World War 1 ͏

World War 1 ͏. By Abraham Bernal. 1917. 1915. 1914. 1918. 1916. Italy declares war on Germany and Austria and entered the war on May 23. June 28 - Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated by a member of the B lack Fist. April 6 - America declares war on Germany.

By malina
(102 views)

American Revolution

American Revolution

American Revolution. The American Revolution. Causes of the American Revolution.

By alida
(65 views)

Timeline of Events leading up to the American Revolution

Timeline of Events leading up to the American Revolution

Timeline of Events leading up to the American Revolution. By: Nick Richter. Navigation Acts 1650-1700s. The Navigation Acts let British officers seize any goods from smugglers without going to court These Acts said that you could only import or export goods on British ships.

By freya
(237 views)

Limited government means that the power of government is limited by “ natural law .”

Limited government means that the power of government is limited by “ natural law .”

To pay for the French and Indian War, Great Britain passed a series of tax laws. Some examples of these laws were the Sugar Act, the Stamp Act, and the Townshend Act.

By zora
(113 views)

English Presentation

English Presentation

English Presentation. Q. What is your favorite sport?. A. My favorite sport is Badminton. Q. Where is it from?.

By abril
(92 views)

Warm Up

Warm Up

Warm Up. Do you believe the United States ’ students learn differently or have a different opinion of the Revolutionary War than British students? Explain Biased: one-sided; usually favors one side. LI. Analyze/review primary sources from the Battles of Lexington and Concord. Relevance.

By duke
(103 views)

6.2 Colonial Resistance Grows

6.2 Colonial Resistance Grows

6.2 Colonial Resistance Grows. The Townshend Acts Are Passed. Since most of the British troops were quartered in NY, the people living there were shouldering most of the load for the cost. The Townshend Acts were designed to raise money for the troops.

By maxine
(290 views)

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