1. Who did Imperialism benefit and harm? Europe benefited from imperialism and it harmed Africa, New World, and India.
2. When was the Berlin Conference? 1884
3. Why was the Berlin Conference held? It helped regulate European colonization and trade in Africa during the New Imperialism period.
4. What is Imperialism? Imperialism is a policy or practice by which a country increases its power by gaining control over other areas of the world
5. Where did Imperialism mostly benefit? It mostly benefit the government of Europe.
6. How did Europe benefit from Imperialism? It benefited because it got more land and resources.
Who was involved in imperialism? Europe, Africa, India, and the New World.
What is imperialism? Imperialism is the when a country becomes more powerful by gaining control over other areas of the world.
When did imperialism occur? It happened during the 1800s.
Where did imperialism mostly happen? It happened mainly in Africa because almost every part of it was owned by a different country.
How did people act out against imperialism? Some people like Gandhi used peaceful ways to protest it, but others used violence.
Why was imperialism bad? The European countries got greedy over certain areas and began to fight each other for them. That is how the world wars started.
What is Imperialism? It is a policy or practice by a country that increases its power by gaining control over other areas of the world.
Who came up with the idea of Imperialism? Lewis Samuel Feuer
When did Imperialism occur? in the 1800's
Where was Imperialism used? Europe
Why was Imperialism a big deal? People in the Berlin conference had to come up with boundaries for the continent of Africa.
Who was an imperialist? Adolf Hitler was a big believer in Imperialism.
What is imperialism? Imperialism is extending ones power and influence through diplomacy or military efforts.
When did the age of Imperialism begin?
The age of imperialism began in the early 1700s.
Where does imperialism occur? Imperialism mostly occurs when a larger stronger nation takes over a colony or colonizes them to increase their own power.
Why was imperialism so popular?
This became popular because all the countries want more land and more power.
How was it used to a negative effect?
Many times the smaller nations that were being taken over were not treated with equality and were put to work.
Who tried to "bully" Africa? Europe
What is the definition of Imperialism? a policy or practice by which a country increases its power by gaining control over other areas of the world
Why did Europe "bully" Africa? To expand their culture into theirs.
When did this occur? The 1800s
Where did Europe benefit over Africa when it came to technology? Europe had guns, medicine, and railroads while Africa didn't.
How did some, like Ghandi, react to the idea of Imperialism? He strongly, but peacefully, resisted its ideals.
Who was bullying Africa, the New World, and India?
What caused Europe to become imperialistic?
European Christians believed that it was their duty to develop the savages of the world.
When did the imperialism of Europe happen?
It started around the 1870's.
Where did the European powers meet in 1884 to negotiate who should have control of Africa?
Why did the European countries believe they had the right to claim Africa.
They claimed to want to develop the lesser civilized countries.
How did Gandhi battle imperialism?
He held peaceful protests in India.
1) Who was responsible for imperialism? - Europe was responsible. They "bullied" and Africa, New World, and India were "being bullied".
2) What is imperialism? - It is a practice by which a country increases its power by gaining control over areas of the world.
3) When did all of this take place? - 1884
4) Where did everything take place? - All around the world.
5) How did imperialism spread around the world? -The Europeans put trade routes and military forces in African territory and took over.
6) Why did imperialism grow? - It grew rapidly because of industrialization.
Who- Developed European countries
What- The effect that a powerful country or group of countries has in changing or influencing the way people live in other, poorer countries.
When- late 1800s
Where- In undeveloped places such as Africa, India, and the New World
How- The European countries had much better technology and science, making it easy to dominate an area of say tribe people
Why- They thought the people in the undeveloped countries needed their help to become civilized
Who is Samuel Feurer?
Feurer studied imperialism and identifies two main subtypes of imperialism.
What is imperialism?
Imperialism is the spread of a nation's power or influence into new lands.
When was imperialism prominent in American history?
America was known for its imperialism in the the 19th and 20th centuries.
Where did the U.S. expand its territory?
The U.S expanded west across North America to the Pacific. The U.S. also annexed Alaska, Texas, and several islands as part of the imperialism era.
Why is imperialism controversial?'
Many people believe imperialism is a form of superiority ideology. Empires use it as an excuse to gain dominance over other countries and people.
How has imperialism changed the world today?
Without imperialism, the U.S. would not be the world power it is today. North America would be divided into several smaller individual states. The world as a whole would be more divided and separate.
Who- It involved Europe, Africa, “The New World”, and India
What- Imperialism is the practice of which a country increases its power by gaining control of other areas of the world.
Where- This foreign policy was practiced throughout Europe and Japan
How- Europe was exploring the "new world" and soon establishing settlements
Why- Europe wanted to search and find new trade routes.
What Latin word did imperialism come from?
It came from the Latin word imperium.
Who did imperialism help?
It help everyone.
When did the idea of imperialism start?
It started in the 19th an 20th century.
Where did the term imperialism apply to?
It applies to Western politics.
How many types of imperialism were there?
There were two major subtypes.
Why was the idea of imperialism debatable?
People thought of it as an ideology.
1. What is imperialism?
-A policy of extending a country's power and influence through colonization or military force.
2. How many waves of imperialism are there?
-There are three waves of imperialism; Americas (North, South and the Caribbean), Asia and Africa.
3. When did imperialism start?
-It started in the 16th century.
4. Who benefited from imperialism?
-It benefited Europe for a time, and even China for a while.
5. Where did imperialism explore?
--It explored the New World and established settlements in North and South America, as well as in Southeast Asia.
6. Why did imperialism happen?
-It happened when colonialism expanded and covered the globe, and no new colonies could be acquired by the great powers other than taking them by force.
What does imperialism mean? Its definition is the policy or practice by which a country increases its power by gaining control over other areas of the world.
Who was involved in imperialism? Europe, Africa, New World, and Asia.
Where did the Berlin Conference take place? The conference took place in Berlin at Otto Van Bismarck's house.
Why was there a conference? Portugal called for a conference because the countries needed to discuss what countries were their and certain policies that needed to be agreed upon.
When did imperialism start? It started in the 1800s.
How many African countries were still independent by 1895? Only six African countries were still independent.
Who- Europe, Africa, New World, and India.
What- imperialism a policy of extending and country's power and influence through diplomacy or military force.
Where- Africa is where the Berlin Conference took place.
How- The European imperialist affected Africa by Europe taking 2 of Africa's countries.
Why- Europe took some of Africa's countries because all the money the colonized countries made, went to Europe.
Who started to use the term Imperialism?
- It was developed through France in the 1830s through the Caesar-istic pretensions of Louis Napoleon III by British rivalry of French rule.
What is imperialism?
- Imperialism is a policy or practice by which a country can increase its power by controlling areas of the world.
When was it first developed?
- In France in the early 1800s to 1830s.
Where is imperialism taking place today?
- All over the world from the Middle East, to Africa, to Russia, and even America.
How is imperialism developed?
- Once a country invades another country, one may say they are developing the idea of imperialism.
Why would countries, like America, develop imperialism?
- The idea of being in power and respected in the world makes countries feel superior and dominate to others.
Who was involved with imperialism?
Africa, Europe, India, and the New World.
What is a cause of imperialism?
Leaders believed in nationalism, and wanted to be the most powerful country by ruling many other countries.
When was the imperialist era?
During the 1800s.
Where does imperialism occur?
Imperialism mostly occurs when a larger stronger nation takes over a colony or colonizes them to increase their own power.
Why did Europe try to claim Africa?
They tried to say that they were "developing the lesser civilized countries."
How did activists like Gandhi fight this?
He held peaceful protests.
What? - What is imperialism?
Imperialism is a policy or practice by which a country increases its power by gaining control over other areas of the world.
When? - When was imperialism popular?
It was an important idea or concept during the 1800s and the early 1900s.
Where? - Where was imperialism used?
It was used in many European nations and Japan.
Who? - Who still uses imperialism today?
Britain, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Japan, Soviet Union, and the United States all still use imperialism.
Why? - Why is imperialism important?
Imperialism was important to the world because it was the foundation of globalization.
How? - How can you see imperialism in U.S. history?
You can see it in the way we kicked out both the Native Americand and the Mexicans. You can also see it in the first settlers here in the colonies.
Who is one of the greater known Imperialists? Great Britain.
What is imperialism? It is a policy of extending a country's power and influence through diplomacy or military force.
When did imperialism begin? It goes back as far as the 15th century but it didn't pick up until around the 19th century.
Where does the word come from? It was coined from France in the 1830's.
How was Imperialism bad? It was bad because people who were victims of Imperialism lost land, rights, families, and their culture.
Why did Imperialism start? Countries wanted more land, resources, and power.
1. Who was effected positively by Imperialism and who was affected negatively? England benefited from Imperialism while the New World, India, and Africa was effected negatively.
2. Why was the Berlin Conference held? The Berlin Conference was held to regulate the colonization and trade of Europe.
3. When did European Imperialism begin? the 19th century
4. What is Imperialism? Imperialism is a policy or practice by which a country gains power y taking over other parts of the world.
5.Where did Imperialism start? Europe started colonizing in the 19th century and first practiced Imperialism.
6.How was Imperialism practiced? A country would come to another land, already inhabited, and take the land by force and change the ways of the people.
Who was an Imperialist? Genghis Khan.
What is Imperialism? Its is a policy of extending a countries power by force.
When was the age of Imperialism? From the 18th-20th century.
Where was Imperialism most prominent? In Europe, Asia, and some parts of Africa.
How did it benefit the country to take over another? They received economical and military growth. Why was imperialism so successful? It gave other countries more power.
Who did imperialism effect most?
It mostly effected Europe, New world, Africa, and India.
What was the Europeans goals?
They wanted as much power as possible.
Where did Europe want to gain this power from?
Europe wanted to gain power from taking over smaller countries.
When was the Berlin conference?
The conference was during the year 1884.
Why did Europe want this power?
So they could grow to be the strongest country.
How did smaller countries get hurt?
They lost there culture and there rifts.