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Western Civilization 10-15-07 The Age of European Imperialism (Ch. 26) Extension of Economic and Political control over most of the World I. Reasons for European power-industrial revolution, harness of machines/new fuels/engines (overland and at sea)
Chapter 21: The Revolution in Politics, 1775-1815
The French and American revolutions were two of the most important political events of all times. They were also a dramatic conclusion to the Enlightenment, and both revolutions taken together form a
In land area, the largest state in the world is Your Answer: Russia.
European states practiced colonialism for which of the following reasons? Your Answer: Colonies provided needed resources. Correct Answer: All of the above.