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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22.5 – The Effect of Imperialism on Asia
Southeast Asia’s Importance to Europe provided an important market for British goods
More Trade With China provided an important market for British goods
Japan in 1867 over Chinese land and important sea ports
Imperialistic Japan over Chinese land and important sea ports
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?