Poli Sci 111 - 12 - Poli Sci 111 12 19:33 South Asia, 1757...

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Poli Sci 111 - 12 19:33 South Asia, 1757 – mid 1900s Colonizer: Britain Linked to industrialization British East India Company (1612)) India Special Case “Jewel in the Crown” – Prized by England as its most important case. They got a bunch  of advantages because of this privileged position. Middle East, 1880s – WWII Colonizer: Britain and France Significance of the Ottoman Empire Settlement/Civilizing efforts Missionary work – reclaim religious areas Some semi-independent regions Egypt and Turkey Africa, 1880s – 1950s, 60s Colonizer: Britain, France, Germany, Belgium and Italy Berlin Conference (1884-85); scramble for Africa.  Late independence Settlement in some areas East Asia (Manchuria; Korea; Taiwan), 1890s – WWII Colonizer: Japan Highest level of education and industry Linked to “Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere” More cohesive national identity Outliers: Iran, China
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