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How might the outcome of the Boer War affect other Africans? How did the outcome affect Britain’s reputation as a superpower? The Boer War with a different outcome would have shown that Africans are formidable and show that Britain is weak by being defeated by a non-industrial society. Document C According to this political cartoon, what was the motivation behind European and American imperialism? To entirely drain Africa of its natural resources. What happened to Africa? It got dug out by the Americans and British. Document D How was this conflict a result of the Berlin Conference?
AP WORLD HISTORY This conflict was a result of the Berlin Conference because it created problems between the Europeans and the natives living in that land . Reflect on your own. Should the Belgians be held responsible for the Hutu/Tutsi Civil War? Explain why or why not. The Belgians were a reason it may have happened but there was political instability already to start with. INDIA Background Define the following: British Raj - The act that established India as an independent country Sepoy- an Indian soldier serving under British or other European orders . Document A What was the British response to the Sepoy Mutiny? They ended the conflict between the two with force. They ended the conflict between the two with force.
AP WORLD HISTORY Analyze the political cartoon. What does the lion represent? The tiger? The person?The lion is Britain, the tiger is the Sepoy people, and the person is the Muslim/Hindu faith. The lion is Britain, the tiger is the Sepoy people, and the person is the Muslim/ Hindu faith. Explain how the Sepoy Mutiny validated harsh, direct, imperial control in India during the British Raj. The Sepoy Mutiny was supposed to be a rebellion against British rule, but it made British rule more concrete. The people who rebelled were killed. Document B How did the British change the economy of India? British colonization forced open the large Indian market to British goods, which could be sold in India without any tariffs or duties, compared to local Indian producers who were heavily taxed. ... British economic policies gave them a monopoly over India's large market and raw materials such as cotton. Why were there famines during the British Raj? Florence Nightingale pointed out that the famines in British India were not caused by the lack of food in a particular geographical area. They were instead caused by inadequate transportation of food, which in turn was caused due to an absence of a political and social structure. Predict why you think J.A. Marriott said that famine had disappeared in India. Address the author’s point of view and how that affects his writing. Address the author’s point of view and how that affects his writing.

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