Colonialism and Imperialism

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Colonialism and Imperialism Humanities 3 Mrs. Huggins October 3, 2008
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Do-Now – Page 19 Imperialism was one of the factors leading to the start of WWI. Which empire in 1914 controlled most of the world? What percentage of the earth’s land surface do you think this country controlled? If you were a less influential empire, what would you do? Would you form alliances with other empires similar to you? Or would you try to expand your influence?
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European Dominance and Imperialism
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Partition of Africa – Page 20 1884-1885 – Berlin Conference divides Africa among European powers Factors leading to Africa’s Partition: (a) Raw Materials (b) Value of foreign land (c) Trade Routes
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Empire Possessions European empires reached their greatest extent by 1914. Create a bar graph recording the following information/Percentage of the Earth land surface controlled by Colonial Empires in 1914: Independent - 29.8% Chinese – 6% Ottoman – 1.5% Russian – 15%
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