INDEX Objective Differences Colonialism/Imperialism Causes Queen Victoria Slavery Africa British project Cecil rhodes against Boers Importance of the Suez canal
INDEX Asia: India New imperialist potency: USA Monroe doctrine War against Spain Colonial administration colonies,protectorates territoires Conclusion
OBJECTIVE My objective is to explained all theinformation about the Imperialism andColonialism. In this presentation you can will see thehistory of this two currents.
DIFFERENCES COLONIALISM/IMPERIALISM Begin in XVI century Was especially in America Used a settling Lens employment Practically no problems Begin in XIX century Was especially in Africa,Asia and Pacific Use a employment Quick employment Many problemsCOLONIALISM IMPERIALISM
CAUSES OF COLONIALISMECONOMICS POLITICAL IDEOLOGICALo Search for newmarketso To acquire of producergoodso Extra-Europeanterritorial expansiono Competition to controlgeographic areaso Superiority of somenationso Europes civilizingmission
CAUSES OF IMPERIALISMECONOMICS POLITICAL IDEOLOGICALo Search for newmarketso To acquire ofproducer goodso Nationalist conservative movemento Planet explorationprocessSCIENTIFIC
THE ROLE OF QUEEN VICTORIA Period of splendor of the BritishEmpire Longest reign in history Changes in political, cultural,economic, industrial and scientific When she was not queen, Englandwas agrarian and rural Whenshe died, England was heavilyindustrialized
SLAVERY In te period of Colonialism and Imperialism,the slavery are very frecuently. The most slaves was of Africa They were trafficked and submitted of hardworks
AFRICA British project Cecil rhodes against Boers Importance of the Suez canalBritish project consisted in making railways tocross africaBoer war were two conflicts of the Britishagainst the Boers (original Dutch settlerswho lived in Cape Town). This colony wasDutch origin but after more EnglishmenlivedVessels going from Europe to Asia had to border Africa. With the SuezCanal could be passed directly by the Mediterranean Sea
ASIA: INDIA The constitution of the British Empire in Asiawas early in 1885 has been completed. India was undoubtedly the most importantdomain. It was a farm colony administeredsince 1777 by the East India Company.
NEW IMPERIALIST POTENCY: USA The United States is not seeking territorialexpansion, but the end result may beequivalent. The United States seeks to establish, in thesmall American states his financial influence.
MONROE DOCTRINE “ America for Americans ” Any intervention of the European states inAmerica would be seen as an act ofaggression requiring U.S. intervention
WAR AGAINST SPAIN infancy of Alfonso XIII was a war of UnitedStates against Spain. (1898) Known in Spain as the disaster of 98 or warof Cuba Main results: independence of Cuba and lossof: Puerto Rico, the Philippines and Guam