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Wednesday, June 5

  1. page Imperialism Sarah15ra edited ... Who were the first to establish colonies in Africa? When? The europeans were the first to esta…
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    Who were the first to establish colonies in Africa? When? The europeans were the first to establish colonies in africa in the 1600s.
    Why did European nations desire to extend their grasp over Africa (and other parts of the world)? (Be sure to use the term "means of production" in your answer). With means of production, africans resisted to european hegemony. They were defeated by a technologically superior enemy.
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    anything out!). They were forcing there culture.
    How were colonies typically governed? They were typically governed by viceroys.
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    so obedient? They wan't everything to be right.
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    regions? Why? They had better weapons than the africans did.
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    of Africa? The trade was part of the long-term effects of European colonization of africa.
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    "Flaming Monkeys"? On Fire Chimps!
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  2. page Imperialism Kayla15vr edited Describe Describe China's early ... first described? Why China was first described as a e…
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    first described? WhyChina was first described as a embarrassing nation. Europe was about to take over china
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    history? Explain. Opium cause a lot of problems.
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    Opium Wars.
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    Leading up to the Opium war was easy because it was easier to get more drugs.
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    Europeans. In half of the country
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    They wanted a wider spread in industrialization. Witch that would have gaven them control and that is what they wanted.
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    They had more than the nations around them, they had technology and they had better fighting equipment.
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    so obedient? They had access to more education, they were ruling.
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    "Flaming Monkeys"? Smoking Okkkinn Monkey!
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Tuesday, June 4

  1. page Imperialism Sarah15ra edited ... In the video, Green says something about "sphere's of influence" -- what are these a…
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    In the video, Green says something about "sphere's of influence" -- what are these and how were they applied in China? There was a crushing defeat that revealed China's weakness. Western powers had moved swiftly. They carved out spheres of influence along the Chinese coast. The British took the Chang river valley. The French then acquired the territory near their colony of Indochina. Germany and russia happened to gain territory in nothern china after.
    Who were the first to establish colonies in Africa? When? The europeans were the first to establish colonies in africa in the 1600s.
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    your answer). AfricansWith means of production, africans resisted to
    What allowed European countries to be more dominant in Africa in the 1800s than at any time before? Explain (don't leave anything out!).
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    typically governed? They were typically governed by viceroys.
    What are three reasons why local rulers were so obedient?
    Were European countries always successful in their conquest of African regions? Why?
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  2. page Imperialism Sarah15ra edited ... Download video from Google Drive Describe China's early relationship with European countries.…
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    Download video from Google Drive
    Describe China's early relationship with European countries. How was China first described? Why did Europeans rely on silver for trade with China? The chinese gave up all sovereignty to european fears of influence then europeans were subjected to their laws not chinese laws. China got nothing.
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    history? Explain. The opium arrived to china and traded with the chinese for tea. Opium is prohibited with the utmost strictness and severity. The chinese government outlawed opium and executed the chinese drug dealers.
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    Opium Wars. People mixed opium with tobacco for smoking. It was introduced to china. There was a rapid rise in opium trade. Opium trafficked and produced two factories. There was a drain of silver, and people became addicted to the drug. The emperor wanted opium to be destroyed. There was expeditionary forces. The forces ravaged the chinese coast and dictated the terms of settlement.
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    Treaty of Nanking?Nanking?The three terms of the Treaty of Nanking was that Britain received a huge indemnity which is a payment for losses that are in the war. The british gained the island of Hong Kong and china had to open five ports to foreign trade and grant British citizens in china.
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    in China? There was a crushing defeat that revealed China's weakness. Western powers had moved swiftly. They carved out spheres of influence along the Chinese coast. The British took the Chang river valley. The French then acquired the territory near their colony of Indochina. Germany and russia happened to gain territory in nothern china after.
    Who were
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    Africa? When? The europeans were the first to establish colonies in africa in the 1600s.
    Why did
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    your answer). Africans resisted to european hegemony. They were defeated by a technologically superior enemy.
    What allowed European countries to be more dominant in Africa in the 1800s than at any time before? Explain (don't leave anything out!).
    How were colonies typically governed?
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  3. page Imperialism Kathryn15de edited ... What were the three terms of the Treaty of Nanking? In the video, Green says something about …
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    What were the three terms of the Treaty of Nanking?
    In the video, Green says something about "sphere's of influence" -- what are these and how were they applied in China?
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    Africa? When? Europeans in late 19 century
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    anything out!). The technology made them more successful and they also brought some quinine medication. The technology that really help them dominant Africa was the guns that were improved more than what they were.
    How were colonies typically governed?
    What are three reasons why local rulers were so obedient?
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  4. page Imperialism Kathryn15de edited Directions: Watch the video embedded below in order to answer the questions on this page. The video…
    Directions: Watch the video embedded below in order to answer the questions on this page. The video goes kinda fast, so take advantage of the pause, rewind (<-- is it still called rewind or has "scrubbing" caught on...?), and other controls to get what you need. Anyway, this 13 minute video captures everything you need to know about imperialism and colonial conquest. Take your time.
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    with China? Europe was about to take over China and they rely on silver because they wasn't able to produce anything else that the China wanted.
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    history? Explain. It threaten China's favorable trade and cause a lot of people to do drugs.
    Visit Opium Wars at Wikipedia. Read through the "Overview" on that page (more if you like). Using that page as well as the video describe the factors leading up to the Opium Wars.
    What were the three terms of the Treaty of Nanking?
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