hyper-imperialism

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Revolutions in a reactionary age (everything after fall of Napoleon) – Hitler’s Europe Hyper-Imperialism and resistance to colonization The Bore Wars- fighting of British colonization in Africa by locals. British came in under the impression that they were military superiorities. First instance of modernized warfare- trench warfare, machine guns. Shows the British how unprepared they really are. They eventually win, after a long, bloody fight. This is the first true appearance of concentration camps. This leads to criticism from other European nations. Reputation Is everything in this time. Resistance to the Germans. (resistance by colonized peoples)- The Herrero Revolt- first example of genocide. The Maji Maji uprising. The Irish uprising to govern themselves. Franco-German rivalry- result of Franco-Prussian war. The French Government is not settled throughout the 19 th century. Revenge and instability is the outcome of The Franco-Prussian war for the French. For Germans-Unification and arrogance.
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