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1. While the world’s various people outside the West retained their many differences after 1750, increasingly they had one thing in common The need to confront the aggressive intrusion of Europeans into their affairs 2 Japan joined the imperialist club as Its only non-Western member 3 The three basic motives of Europeans nations for imperialism were a) Find more profitable investments for their capital b) Export their surplus industrial production c) Secure raw materials needed for their factories 4 He was among the most ardent advocates of the British Empire who stated, “If you wish to avoid a civil war then you must become an imperialist.” Cecil Rhodes 5 This declined among statesmen of Europe as a motive for empire, though it remained strong among missionary’s societies and their supporters at home. Religion 6 The discovery of this was used to prevent malaria and reduce the risk of an extended stay in the topics from quasi suicidal to merely dangerous. Quinine 7 This nation was among the first to experience the new thrust of European imperial expansion. India 8 It is said that this group of European people were the first to begin trading outside of their borders. Portuguese
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9 The rise of this Muslim emperor upset the delicate balance between the empire’s Muslim rules and its Hindu subjects. Aurangzeb 10 The Mughal Empire during the late imperialist era found these two European nations getting involved in the empire’s affairs. Britain & France 11 By the mid-eighteenth, they found themselves ruling the Indian subcontinent. British Company 12 This country had one of the largest rebellions that ever occurred in the colonial world. India 13 This occurred in India between 1857 and 1858 which began as a cultural clash in the military when Indian troops refused to use cartridges greased in animal fat.
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