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Name:Whitley LoftonDate:October 16, 2020School:Saraland High SchoolFacilitator:Skylar Mosely7.05 Scramble for AfricaPart 1: MatchingD1. Queen VictoriaE2. Cecil RhodesC3. Dr. LivingstoneF4. Henry StanleyB5. Menelik IIA6. David Diopa. Poet who wrote in opposition to imperialismb. Leader who helped maintain Ethiopia’s independencec. Christian Missionary who traveled Sub-Saharan Africad. Leader of Great Britain during the height of imperialism inAfricae. British politician who planned to make Great Britain a massivepowerf. Explorer who found Dr. Livingstone in AfricaPart 2: Multiple ChoiceA7. This central African area was controlled by the Belgians, and it was used to harvestrubber.A. Belgian CongoB. British South AfricaC. German East AfricaD. French MadagascarD8. Along with Ethiopia, this nation was NOT taken over by Europeans during the age ofimperialism.
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Unformatted text preview:C 9. This European nation dominated Africa during the age of imperialism. A. Germany B. Belgium C. Great Britain D. France Part 3: Discussion Questions Write your responses in complete sentences. Be sure to use historic evidence to support your answers 10. Explain three motives for European imperialism in Africa. Answer in 4-6 sentences. Be sure to explain why each motivation pushed European nations to take over Africa. Do not just list the motivations. Enter your answer here. Economic : Imperial governments, and/or private companies under those governments, sought ways to maximize profits. Exploratory: Imperial nations or their citizens wanted to explore territory that was, to them, unknown. Sometimes they did this Ethnocentric: Imperial nations sometimes believed that their cultural values or beliefs were superior to other nations or groups .