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  1. 1. By:<br />Mârîâ Âlêjândrâ Bârrêrô!!!!<br />Jûân Mânûêl Lêyvâ!!!!<br />Dânîêl Mârcêlô Bêltrân!!!!<br />Dânîêl Âlêjândrô Mârtînêz!!!!<br />Strategic Position of Europe!!<br />
  2. 2. After the 15th century the European explorers steal the American government and they makes the stores of exchange make weird and so much affected they also conquered some places in Africa, America and Polynesia.<br />Introduction:<br />
  3. 3. A) Introduction:<br />From the Middle ages people were familiarizing with the Asian goods, Since the Ottoman empire reigns the people were afraid declining the supply of gold<br />The West's First Outreach: Maritime Power <br />
  4. 4. B) New Technology: A Key to Power:<br />New ships designed for ocean traffic and to carry heavier weapons were built. The compass and improved mapmaking allowed more proficient navigation for long voyages.<br />
  5. 5. C) Portugal and Spain Lead the Pack:<br />Vasco Da Gama was the first Portuguese captain to successfully reach India in 1498.<br />
  6. 6. D) Northern European Expeditions<br />The northern European nations concentrated on lands in the Americas north of the Spanish and Portuguese claims. <br />
  7. 7. Toward a WorldEconomy<br />A) Introduction:<br />Europe's created an international exchange of goods paved the way for the establishment of colonies.<br />
  8. 8. B) The "Colombian Exchange" of Disease and Food<br /> One of the negative aspects of the new trade system was the dissemination of European diseases such as smallpox.<br />On a more positive basis, New World crops particularly corn and potatoes supported population growth in areas as diverse as China and Europe.<br />
  9. 9. C) TheWest'sCommercialOutreach<br />Dominance at sea was the result of military and technological advances that made European navies more powerful than the fleets of other civilizations.<br />Where forts could not be constructed, European merchants entered local trade networks through the establishment of enclaves in cities. <br />
  10. 10. E. A System of International Inequality <br />Even in dependent areas, however, some were able to take advantage of local trade to grow rich. Some areas of the Americas and Africa managed to remain outside the world trade system for centuries.<br />In the Americas, the economy of Latin America, the Caribbean, and the southern British colonies relied on the importation of African slaves. Also in Latin America, many of the indigenous peoples were brought into an estate system that was able to extract labor.<br />
  11. 11. F. How Much World in the World Economy? <br />Huge areas of the world remained outside the trade system and retained indigenous economies with little incentive for rapid technological change or consumption of manufactured products.<br />Japan initially showed some interest in trade with Europe, but quickly reversed course. From the seventeenth until the nineteenth century, Japan's rulers maintained isolation except for the single Dutch enclave near Nagasaki.<br />
  12. 12. G. The Expansionist Trend <br />Over time, the world trade system expanded. Areas of Southeast Asia and India were brought into the system on a more complete basis in the eighteenth century. Both the British and French East India Companies regarded India as suitable for incorporation as a dependent region and a producer of cotton. Britain passed tariffs to prohibit the importation of Indian cotton cloth and suppress the development of manufacturing in South Asia.<br />
  13. 13. The economy dominated by west was a big shift in history, do to the fact that Latin America, Africa, southern colonies of the American cost and other religions were affected in that system do to the fact they were inferior<br />The impact of a New World Order<br />
  14. 14. Once upon a time existed a man called Christopher Columbus. He was an intelligent man in a world of ignorants that believe world was round and he decide proving his theory and he found a new world were live some indigenous that he decide to change their cultures then they bring black African people with them. Then some puritans come, and the indigenous celebrate their coming eating turkey and singing.<br />Brad Heart<br />
  15. 15. Any person with knowledge’s of history know that what they say are lies do to the fact the European people say it was a world of freedom and happy celebrations omitting they torture indigenous and demanded them to change their into their culture they bring black people as slaves, but with out omitting information you can discover true nature. But with four years of omitting information by the popular myths help to join all pieces of the American colonization<br />