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What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
What is Imperialism?
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What is Imperialism?

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  • 1. Imperialism: theProjector Version T. V. Version 5’W chart Assign. # Imperial Map
  • 2. 1)What is Imperialism?2)When did it happen?3) Why were countriesimperialistic?4)Who wasimperialistic?(8 countries)5) Where were theytaking over? (2 places)6) How did it affectEuropeans?7) How did it affect peoplewho were controlled?
  • 3. 1)What is Imperialism? A stronger nation dominating the political, economic, and social life of a weaker nation.2)When did it happen?3) Why were countriesimperialistic?4)Who wasimperialistic?(8 countries)5) Where were theytaking over? (2 places)6) How did it affectEuropeans?7) How did it affect peoplewho were controlled?
  • 4. 1)What is Imperialism? A stronger nation dominating the political, economic, and social life of a weaker nation.2)When did it happen? (1850-1914) or 1800’s - Present3) Why were countriesimperialistic?4)Who wasimperialistic?(8 countries)5) Where were theytaking over? (2 places)6) How did it affectEuropeans?7) How did it affect peoplewho were controlled?
  • 5. 1)What is Imperialism? A stronger nation dominating the political, economic, and social life of a weaker nation.2)When did it happen? (1850-1914) or 1800’s- Present3) Why were countries Because they “needed” or wanted moreimperialistic? resources. “God, Glory, and Gold”4)Who wasimperialistic?(8 countries)5) Where were theytaking over? (2 places)6) How did it affectEuropeans?7) How did it affect peoplewho were controlled?
  • 6. 1)What is Imperialism? A stronger nation dominating the political, economic, and social life of a weaker nation.2)When did it happen? 1800’s- Present (1850-1914)3) Why were countries Because they “needed” or wanted moreimperialistic? resources. “God, Glory, and Gold”4)Who was Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Great Britain,imperialistic? U.S.A., Portugal, Russia, Belgium, Holland(8 countries)5) Where were theytaking over? (2 places)6) How did it affectEuropeans?7) How did it affect peoplewho were controlled?
  • 7. 1)What is Imperialism? A stronger nation dominating the political, economic, and social life of a weaker nation.2)When did it happen? 1800’s- Present (1850-1914)3) Why were countries Because they “needed” or wanted moreimperialistic? resources. “God, Glory, and Gold”4)Who was Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Great Britain,imperialistic? U.S.A., Portugal, Russia, Belgium, Holland(8 countries)5) Where were they Africa and Asiataking over? (2 places)6) How did it affectEuropeans?7) How did it affect peoplewho were controlled?
  • 8. 1)What is Imperialism? A stronger nation dominating the political, economic, and social life of a weaker nation.2)When did it happen? 1800’s- Present (1850-1914)3) Why were countries Because they “needed” or wanted moreimperialistic? resources. “God, Glory, and Gold”4)Who was Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Great Britain,imperialistic? U.S.A., Portugal, Russia, Belgium, Holland(8 countries)5) Where were they Africa and Asiataking over? (2 places)6) How did it affect Sparked conflicts between Europeans vs.Europeans? Asians and Africans, Europeans and Europeans7) How did it affect peoplewho were controlled?
  • 9. 1)What is Imperialism? A stronger nation dominating the political, economic, and social life of a weaker nation.2)When did it happen? 1800’s- Present or (1850-1914)3) Why were countries Because they “needed” or wanted moreimperialistic? resources. “God, Glory, and Gold”4)Who was Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Great Britain,imperialistic? U.S.A., Portugal, Russia, Belgium, Holland(8 countries)5) Where were they Africa and Asiataking over? (2 places)6) How did it affect a) Europeans vs. Asians and Africans,Europeans? b) Europeans vs. Europeans c) Increased Wealth, Increased Conflict7) How did it affect people -Being pushed around. -Became slaves.who were controlled? -Adapt to new culture. -Powerless. Back -New goods came from Europe.
  • 10. 1)What is Imperialism?
  • 11. 1)What is Imperialism? A stronger nation dominating thepolitical, economic, and social life of a weaker nation.
  • 12. 2)When did it happen?
  • 13. 2)When did it happen? 1800’s - Present (1850-1914)
  • 14. 3) Why were countries imperialistic?
  • 15. 3) Why were countries imperialistic?Because they “needed” or wanted more resources. “God, Glory, and Gold”
  • 16. 4)Who was imperialistic? (8 countries)
  • 17. 4)Who was imperialistic? (8 countries)Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Great Britain,U.S.A., Portugal, Russia, Belgium, Holland
  • 18. 5) Where were they taking over? (2 places)
  • 19. 5) Where were they taking over? (2 places) Africa and Asia
  • 20. 6) How did it affect Europeans?
  • 21. 6) How did it affect Europeans? Sparked conflicts between Europeans vs. Asians and Africans Europeans and Europeans
  • 22. 7) How did it affect people who were controlled? .
  • 23. 7) How did it affect people who were controlled? -Being pushed around. -Became slaves. -Adapt to new culture. -Powerless.-New goods came from Europe. Back to Main
  • 24. Back to MainBack to Main
  • 25. COLORING IMPERIALISM -Color in the imperialistic land using a different color -Label the imperialist country (use page 302-303 world, page 308 Africa) Both the country in control and being controlledBritain Portugal Spain Germany FranceRussia Belgium Holland USA
  • 26. Map of Europe

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