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Chapter 22: Nationalism and Imperialism (1840 - 1914). 22.5 – The Effect of Imperialism on Asia. India’s Importance to Britain Moghul Empire ruled most of India in 1500’s and 1600’s, but collapsed in 1707 India was divided into many weak, independent states

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Chapter 22 nationalism and imperialism 1840 1914

Chapter 22: Nationalism and Imperialism(1840 - 1914)

22.5 – The Effect of Imperialism on Asia


India’s Importance to Britain

  • Moghul Empire ruled most of India in 1500’s and 1600’s, but collapsed in 1707

    • India was divided into many weak, independent states

  • In 1858, the British government took over direct rule of India



Southeast Asia’s Importance to Europe provided an important market for British goods

  • In the late 1800’s, France took over much of SE Asia

  • France took control of Indochina

  • The British took over Burma to keep the French from expanding westward


More Trade With China provided an important market for British goods

  • For years Chinese rulers had allowed only limited trade with other countries

  • Europeans forced China to give them special trade rights



Japan in 1867 over Chinese land and important sea ports

  • A revolution ended the rule of the shotgun

  • After 1867, Japan adopted western ideas in transportation and education

  • Became a military power

  • Wrote a constitution based on the German system Bismark had developed

  • Emperor Meiji made Japan into a modern and powerful nation


Imperialistic Japan over Chinese land and important sea ports

  • From 1894 to 1895, Japan went to war with China

    • China lost and gave Japan some of its territory

  • In 1904, Japan went to war with Russia and won again


  • In 1858, ___ took over direct rule of India. over Chinese land and important sea ports

  • In the late 1800’s Great Britain took over ___.

  • In the late 1800’s, ___ took over much of Southeast Asia.

  • ___ became a military power after its revolution in 1867.

  • Japan became a world power after it defeated China in 1895 and ___ in 1904.

    C.T.) China was once the most powerful and richest country in the world. But in the 1800’s, Europeans began to control its trade. Why?


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