Imperialism (Colonies, which was territory ruled directly through the…
Colonies, which was territory ruled directly through the officials of the colony, similar to the 13 U.S. colonies being under Britains rule
Imperialism is one country's domination of the politics, economics and social life in another country.
Rich, prideful countries want to share their power and gain new lands
The Industrail Revolution brought a demand for more resources which could be attained by imperialism
Religous and racial superiority and to impose culture on different lands
What Is Imperialism?
France, Great Britain, Germany, Russia, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Belgium, and Holland are the many countries that were imperializing at the time.
Who Was Imperializing?
What Are The Different Types Of Imperialism?
Major Causes For Imperialism
Protectorate, is when they have their own government but their policies are guided by a foreign power like Puerto Rico and the United States
Sphere of Influence which is a region of a country in which the ipmerial power has exclusive investment or trading rights. Could not think of any examples.
Economic Imperialism which was when a country had much economic powers and influence over other countires but didn't control them like with spain and portugal
What Conference Decided The Fate For Africa?
It was the Berlin conference and Holland was the only one that was notably missing was Holland. acountries decided to aquire african colonies because they wanted ore land and raw materials.
What Were The Positive Effects Of Imperialism On Colonies?
Positive things would include that both would benefit by getting trade, resources from eachother, protection and together they would have a stronger military and be more succesful.
What Were The Negative Effects Of Imperialism On Colonies?
If countries did not want to be colonized but was still wanted by another country, they might go to war, their could be messed up religion and things may not run so smooth