Imperialism Storyboard

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  • Section 1
  • ASIA
  • EUROPE
  • Section 2
  • North Africa= Muslim West Africa=Islamic revival spread East Africa= Islam influence / Slave Trade Southern Africa= mass migration & wars
  • Section 4
  • We refuse to load the rifles!!
  • Cartridges with animal fat
  • Europe was a very powerful nation that had influences on many countries. With Europe being greatly enriched with new economic and military strength, imperialism was able to spread overseas. While Africa and Asia were dealing with their own problems, Europe took the opportunity to spread imperialism even though they strongly resisted it.
  • Section 5
  • As new ideas spread across Africa, Europeans began trading along the African coast. However, difficult geography and diseases kept them from moving into the interior regions of the continent, but eventually moved in and were fascinated by their geography. King Leopold ll hired Henry Stanley to explore the Congo Basin. But, soon after his actions set off a scramble between Britain, France, and Germany for the claiming of the region.
  • India had a Sepoy Rebellion because the rulers were going against the Indian soldiers' beliefs. Although the Sepoy Rebellion ended with hear, hatred, and mistrust on both the Indians and British, Britain brought many changes and affects to India. India was introduced to new agriculture ideas and a new government system.
  • As trading began between China and Britain, Britain started receiving huge profits from it. However, it quickly led to the Opium War which started because of China wanting to stop the trade, but Britain refused. China was divided due to being torn between adopting Western ways or not. As China gained more and more problems, it caused the downfall of the Qing dynasty that was soon taken over by Sun Yixian after Ci Xi's death.
  • Opium War
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